How ‘The Legend of Korra’ became a fashion brand
By SARAH RICEBY / Associated PressThe popular TV show “The Legend Of Korra” was a success in its home country of Taiwan, where it was based.
Now it is a fashion powerhouse.
The show is one of the most successful shows in Taiwan’s history, selling more than 20 million episodes and becoming one of Taiwan’s most-watched television shows ever, according to an analysis by the Taiwan Fashion Bureau.
The popularity of the show is due to its quirky characters and unique world.
In a world where every major character has an identity, the show has brought people together through shared struggles and challenges.
Its main character, Avatar Korra, is a female Air Nomad, a fierce, talented warrior who was raised in a small village in the rainforests of the rain forest.
She was adopted by a rich family and became the Avatar, the leader of the Air Nation, a powerful group of avatars who fight for peace, justice and equality.
After graduating high school, she became a fighter pilot and later a teacher.
She became friends with the legendary Fire Lord Kuvira, who was a female warrior.
The two became inseparable.
In the end, Korra was rescued by her uncle, the Earth King.
She then joined a new, female Air Nation called the Water Tribes, which was formed to protect the Earth, according a Taiwanese media report.
A fashion brand like the Fire Nation, which is more conservative and traditional, may not have appealed to many people in Taiwan, but it made Korra and her allies more popular and drew people into their world.
The brand has become a fashion giant in Taiwan because of its popularity and because it was created by a Taiwanese artist, Wu Tzŭlian, who is known for creating women’s clothing, said Tao Yu, an expert on the fashion industry in Taiwan.
“They’ve done a lot of great work in the fashion sector, and they’ve created a brand that has become the symbol of the whole country,” Yu said.
Taiwan’s fashion industry is also growing fast, said Tzu Hsiang, an analyst with China Investment Watch.
He expects the industry to grow to 1.3 trillion yuan ($1.7 trillion) by 2020, up from about 300 billion yuan in 2019, he said.
“Taiwan is one big market, and it has a lot to offer,” he said, adding that the country is also a global destination for fashion.
Wu Tzõn said the popularity of her work has helped it gain recognition and made it easier to make products for the local market.
“When I created the clothes, I was very proud of the people, but now it’s just like, wow, I can make clothes for them, too,” Wu said.
“That’s why I want to create more clothes.”
Taiwanese fashion experts are trying to find new ways to make their clothes more sustainable and to improve the way people shop.
One such effort is the “Roots” program, which aims to create sustainable clothes.
“I think they should go through the process of creating more clothing, not just because it’s a lot cheaper, but because it makes a big difference in people’s lives,” Wu Tzu said.