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    Friday October 30, 2020
  • Chinese Cosplayer Liyuu Sings I'm Standing on a Million Lives ED Song in Snowy Landscape

    MAHO FILM-animated fantasy is now simulcast on Crunchyroll

    Chinese cosplayer/singer Liyuu has released a three-and-half music video for her second single song "Carpe diem" to be released on November 25, 2020. The pop tune is now used as the ED theme for the TV anime I'm Standing on a Million Lives.. Check her new video including the scene where she touches the snow for the first time.

  • Saturday August 22, 2020
  • Chinese Cosplayer and Anison Singer Liyuu Makes for a Fiery Asuka from Evangelion

    Liyuu did a group cosplay for a collaboration with battle royal game Knife's Out

    Chinese cosplayer and anime singer Liyuu, recently uploaded photos of her cosplaying the orange-haired tsundere Asuka from Evangelion for a collaboration between the famous franchise and the battle royal NetEase game Knife's Out. Plug into the photos after the jump!

  • Friday August 7, 2020
  • Chinese Cosplayer Liyuu Expresses Her Excitement to Sing "I'm Standing on a Million Lives" ED Song

    MAHO FILM (If It's for My Daughter, I'd Even Defeat a Demon Lord)-produced adaptation will premiere on October 2

    Chinese cosplayer Liyuu is announced to sing the ED theme "Carpe diem" for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Naoki Yamakawa (story) and Akinari Nao (art)'s fantasy manga I'm Standing on a Million Lives. Her official website has released a message to express her excitement to sing her second anime theme song. Check it out after the jump!

  • Monday June 1, 2020
  • Hatena☆Illusion OP Singer and Cosplayer Liyuu Wins Hearts as Kaguya Shinomiya

    Liyuu cosplays Kaguya from KAGUYA-SAMA: LOVE IS WAR

    Chinese cosplayer Liyuu has been making a name for herself in the Japanese anime scene over the last year as the singer for the opening song of Hatena☆Illusion, but due to the lack of anime events in Japan, the Chinese cosplayer hasn't been able to cosplay lately, so she took to Twitter to show off her Kaguya from KAGUYA-SAMA: LOVE IS WAR. Check out the cute cosplay after the jump!

  • Monday January 6, 2020
  • Hatena☆Illusion OP Theme Singer Liyuu Posts Message Video for Fans

    Shanghai-born copsplayer's Japan debut single "Magic Words" will be available on January 22

    Lantis' official YouTube channel has posted a 30-second message video from Chinese cosplayer Liyuu to promote the forthcoming TV anime Hatena☆Illusion, for which she performs the OP theme song "Magic Words." Check out her message for the fans after the jump!

  • Tuesday November 12, 2019
  • Check Out Photos from "Lis Ani! LIVE BEIJING" Concert in China

    Luna Haruna, 22/7, Liyuu, Machico, Emi Nitta, and sphere performed for the Chinese audience

    M-ON! Entertainment's quarterly anime song magazine Lis Ani! has been hosting live-concert events featuring popular anison singers across Japan. Under the event title "Lis Ani! LIVE BEIJING," six Japanese anison singers/units joined the stage of BICAF International Comic and Animation Festival 2019 in China on November 9. Hit the jump for the photos of the artists: Luna Haruna, 22/7, Liyuu, Machico, Emi Nitta, and sphere.

  • Sunday November 10, 2019
  • Listen to Chinese Cosplayer Liyuu's Cute Singing Voice in TV Anime Hatena☆Illusion OP Song MV

    Romantic comedy anime series is set to premiere in January 2020

    Lantis' official YouTube channel has started streaming a 100-second music video for Chinese cosplayer Liyuu's singer debut song "Magic Words" to be released on January 22, 2020. The cute tune will be used as the OP theme for the long-awaited TV anime Hatena☆Illusion next winter, for which she has also served as its official cosplayer. Check out her singing voice after the jump!

  • Saturday November 2, 2019
  • Hatena☆Illusion TV Anime Finally Gets Broadcast Date After 2 Years

    After being announced in 2017, the series will start broadcasting in January 2020

    It’s been a long road for the Hatena☆Illusion series. With light novel author, Tomohiro Matsu, passing away in May 2016 due to liver cancer and only a trickle of information on the franchise coming out since then, fans were worried about the state of the series. Finally, on November 2, the official website for the anime launched announcing when the series will be broadcast! Hit the jump to see all the information!