Promedio Amarillo

Am I the only one to notice that Cartoon Network's The Life and Times of Juniper Lee is a total rip-off of Disney Channel's American Dragon: Jake Long?

Compare the synopses:

Jake Long is an average 13-year-old boy…until he learns his amazing destiny. He is a descendant of dragons and it's his duty to protect magical creatures secretly living among the masses in New York City.

Juniper Lee has activities and hobbies like any other 11-year-old, but she is also the Te Xuan Ze (the Protector). For generations, a member of her family has had both the honor and burden of keeping the balance between the real and magical world. Now it's her turn.

Why do Chinese cartoon characters always live a double life and spend their covert supernatural one warding off monsters and shit?

Even on Jackie Chan Adventures, Chan works as an archaeologist when he's not battling demons with the help of magic.

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