Cantonese Cartoons Compilation on YouTube

粵語卡通廣東話免費

Many parents teaching Cantonese are constantly looking for Cantonese cartoons. Cartoons, when used judiciously, can help to increase exposure to a minority language. The constraints, however, are that Cantonese DVDs are hard to find, unless you are in Hong Kong. However, YouTube comes to the rescue, with plenty of Cantonese cartoons for you to choose from.

Below, I consolidate a list of many cartoons that I have found YouTube, based on recommendations in groups and forums, or just based on researching on YouTube. If what you are looking for is not on the list, you can search for it by adding the following search terms 粵語卡通 (Cantonese cartoons) or adding 廣東話or 粵語 (Cantonese)  to the cartoon name.

Please use your judgement to decide which ones might be suitable for you child or children. Please also note AAP’s guidelines regarding screentime for children.

 

Cartoons that Are Originally in Cantonese

Sunshine Family 陽光笑容家庭

Donut and Ah Meow

Man Seng 

McDull 麥兜

Gee Dor Dor 智多多

小魚字游樂 

Cartoons Translated from English

Raa Raa 嘩嘩小獅子

 

Peppa Pig 粉紅豬

Patrick n Friends

Thomas and Friends

PJ Masks 睡衣小英雄/ 蒙面睡衣侠

My Little Pony 小馬寶莉

Lego Friends 樂高好朋友 

Garfield 加菲貓

Cartoons Translated From Korean

Robocar Poli 救援小英雄珀利

 

Cartoons Translated From Japanese

Chibi Maruko-chan 樱桃小丸子

多啦A夢 Doraemon


Hello Kitty 愛漫遊

Tamagotchi Season 1 他媽哥池 第1季

Here is the playlist for Tamagotchi Season 2 他媽哥池 第2季

Captain Tsubasa 足球小將

 

Heidi, Girl of the Alps 飄零燕


Heidi, Girl of the Alps is a 1974 Japanese anime series by Zuiyo Eizo based on the Swiss novel Heidi’s Years of Wandering and Learning by Johanna Spyri.

IQ博士 (Dr Slump)

 

我係小忌廉 Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel

 

This post is part of the Cantonese Kids Resources on YouTube Series

Anything Else I should Include?

As you can see, there are plenty of Cantonese cartoons on YouTube, many of which are classics. I featured as many of the popular ones as I could, but if you have any good channels and playlists that you would like to recommend, please feel free to leave comment below. I will continue to update this post with more resources.

 

Other Free Online Cantonese Resources for Kids:

10 thoughts on “Cantonese Cartoons Compilation on YouTube

    • Cantonese For Families says:

      Thanks Hilda! It is indeed a fantastic resource and I will be including it in my next post Cantonese Stories on YouTube.

  1. Debs says:

    If you can find Paw Patrol in Cantonese that would be super awesome? What about those unboxing video or learning colour-playdough videos? Anyone making those in canto out there? There are not very good videos to watch, but my kids seem to like them. Better to watch it in canto at least!

    • Cantonese For Families says:

      Thanks Debs for your suggestions. I have been looking too, but have only found 汪汪隊立大功 in Mandarin. I’ll have a look for unboxing videos.

  2. Mandy Leung says:

    Would love to see if Rene/Nobody’s boy 1970’s Cantonese version is available.

    I know they have it in Spanish version but I remember watching this in Cantonese.

    I also have a screenshot of the cover but can’t attach it to this message.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Cantonese For Families says:

      Thanks for sharing! I’ve not seen it before, but just had a look, and it seems very exciting. There has been a lot of remakes, but i couldn’t find the one form the 1970s. I’ve found the Wikipedia page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobody%27s_Boy:_Remi.I came across these possible names for the cartoon, but couldn’t find anything on YouTube : 咪咪流浪记/無家可歸的孩子蕾米/星仔走天涯/小孤燕/沒有家的孩子/無家可歸的小孩蕾米. I saw some in mandarin. Would you know the Chinese name of the cartoon that you have watched? You can also send the screenshot to my Facebook page if the name is not one of these https://www.facebook.com/cantoneseforfamilies. Thanks!

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