Yaya is one of only few cosplayers in the world to build a business in this hobby-ist community, but even after a decade of success, she strives to stay true to what got her into this field originally – fun and creativity. To this day, Yaya has made a myriad of costumes in the genres of anime/manga, video games, sci-fi and of course from her own original designs. Her intricate and lavish creations have won awards and acclaim nationwide, and she has been invited to appear as a Guest, Panelist, Judge, Performer and Host to over 100 conventions and other events all over the world.
Chun Li, The childhood memory is back after seeing these amazing cosplay, Memories of arcade games with my Chun Li Moves and beating Ken’s Ass ! Good times .
Chun-Li is a player character from the Street Fighter fighting game franchise created by Capcom. The first female fighter introduced into the Street Fighter canon, she is depicted in the games’ storyline as an expert martial artist and Interpol officer who restlessly seeks revenge for the death of her father at the hands of the nefariousM. Bison, leader of the Shadaloo crime syndicate.
Since her debut in Street Fighter II in 1991, Chun-Li has become a mainstay of the franchise and one of its most popular figures, appearing in nearly all subsequent installments of the series and several Capcom spinoff games, in addition to featuring prominently in Street Fighter-related media such as two feature films, multiple anime and comic book productions, and other official series merchandise. She has earned much positive fan and critical reception for factors such as her backstory, athleticism, sex appeal, and in-game playability, in addition to being considered a trailblazer for female characters in fighting titles and in general video gaming.
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Chun-Li from Street Fighter as YayaCosplay.
Photographer: Benny Lee