- "I'm the strongest woman in the world."
|Height||5'6½" (169 cm)|
|Debut||Street Fighter II|
|English Voice Actor||Laura Bailey|
|Japanese Voice Actor|| Yuko Miyamura (Street Fighter Alpha series, Marvel vs. Capcom series (up to MvC2), Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000)|
Atsuko Tanaka (Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, Capcom Fighting Evolution)
Michiko Neya (Capcom vs. SNK 2)
Mari Jitsukawa (SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos)
Fumiko Orikasa (Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Street Fighter IV, Street Fighter x Tekken)
Chun-Li is one of the main characters from Street Fighter series. She first appeared in Street Fighter II.
The Legacy of Chun-LiEdit
- Street Fighter II (1991)
- Street Fighter II: Champion Edition (1992)
- Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting (1992)
- Super Street Fighter II (1993-2012)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo (1994)
- Hyper Street Fighter II (2003-2004)
- Super Street Fighter II Turbo: HD Remix (2008-2009)
- Street Fighter Alpha (1995-2008)
- Street Fighter Alpha 2 (1996-2011)
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998-2011)
- Street Fighter III: Third Strike (1999)
- Street Fighter IV (2008-2010)
- Super Street Fighter IV (2010-2011)
- Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)
Chun-Li's appearance has differed several times in the Street Fighter series, as well as in official art and cameos she has made in other works. She is known for her very muscular thighs.
Chun-Li wears a qipao, a Chinese dress imported over from Manchuria that became popular among girls during the early 20th century. Her outfit is modified to allow a far wider range of movement than a normal qipao. She also wears white combat boots and a blue leotard with dark brown sheer pantyhose with her qipao. Her qipao is blue with golden accents. She was originally supposed to wear a peach-colored qipao, as seen in her in-game profile and ending in the original Street Fighter II.
Chun-Li's original personality was depicted as a cheerful young lady who worships Ryu as her hero or idol, much like Sakura. As her story underwent development, she became more resourceful and dedicated, with a strong sense of justice. She strongly believes in protecting the innocent, yet she has no qualms with fighting. She is a highly disciplined, seasoned, and courageous warrior. As a detective of Interpol, she takes her work very seriously, yet she also has an elegant, sweet, and feminine personality. When it comes to fighting, Chun-Li tends to get quite competitive with other fighters, but after her fights, she often becomes allies - and in some cases, friends.
Chun-Li's theme song is a SFIV remix from Street Fighter II.
- Chun-Li is one of the six characters from Street Fighter IV (the others being Ryu, Guile, Cammy, C. Viper & Seth) to have second rivals. Her second rival is Juri.
- Chun-Li's Thousand Kicks were used in the fan-made series Dead Fantasy by Final Fantasy character Tifa.
- In American Dad!, the character named Akiko was dressed as Chun-Li for Halloween in Best Little Horror House in Langley Falls".
- In the Sonic X episode, "The Adventures of Knuckles and Hawk", one of the chinese women with ox horns resembles Chun-Li.
- Chan Lee, a character from Bakugan Battle Brawlers, slightly resembles Chun-Li.
- In Final Fight 2, Chun-Li makes a cameo in on of the stages, eating noodles.
- In Street Fighter III: Third Strike, one of Chun Li's win quotes is "Hey leave me alone. I'm a fighter, not a news reporter". This may refer to Street Fighter: The Movie, where Chun-Li was portrayed as a news reporter.
- In the Prologue of Mega Man 9 a news reporter on the TV resembles Chun-Li.