'Crayon Shin-chan' voice actress passes away | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Crayon Shin-chan’ anime lead voice actress Chiang Tu-hui passes away at 49

/ 08:44 PM September 17, 2019

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The voice actress behind popular anime character Shin Chan from the Mandarin-dubbed version of the Japanese animated show “Crayon Shin-chan” passed away yesterday, Sept. 16 at the age of 49. 

Chiang Tu-hui died around 7:00 a.m. due to multiple organ failure, as per Taiwan News on the same day. Prior to her death, she had been previously diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer.

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Tu-hui was well-known for lending her voice to the anime character Shin Chan in the anime adaptation of the Japanese manga “Crayon Shin-chan”. The show centered on Shin Chan and his adventures, set in the Saitama Prefecture of Japan.

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The TV series aired its first episode in 1992 and continues to produce new episodes.

Tu-hui also lent her voice to other animated characters in various shows such as “Naruto”, “Detective Conan” and “Attack on Titan”. Ryan Arcadio/JB

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