Zhen Hun Jie, Quanzhi Gaoshou Recommendations
If you're looking for a good Chinese anime, you must give Zhen Hun Jie (Rakshasa Street) a try. Although the quality of the animation of rakshasa street is not comparable to Quan Zhi Gao Shou, it made up for it with its interesting plot and characters. The way the anime was directed is also interesting in the sense that two different timelines are being explored at once (instead of the typical flashback used in Japanese anime) and tie-in together nicely towards the end which made some of the revelations very satisfying. For example, the first episode is about the current timeline then second episode switches
While Zhen Hun Jie (Raskshasa Street) is also a series produced by a chinese studio, the differences and simliarites between these two are worth comparing. What ZHJ lacks- in some well budgeted animation in a good chunk of its fight scenes, it makes up for with a thrilling plot and sub-plot that I believe fans of Quanzhi Gaoshou would come to love. The music performed in both series had me on the edge of my seat as I have plowed through both shows more than once. The King's Avatar and Rakshasa Street currently sit as my two favorite pieces of Chinese animation, and I HIGHLY
Quanzhi Gaoshou is perhaps the most popular Chinese anime at the moment, but Zhen Hun Jie (Rakshasa Street) is nowhere near that in popularity. However, they are the two highest rated Chinese anime on this site and deservedly so. Though I think that the plot and characters are more interesting and engaging in Zhen Hun Jie. Each episode is only 14 minutes on average which makes it an easy watch as well. I recommend checking it out if you're looking for Chinese anime to watch.