From Anime News Network:
The Chinese service Xu You Ji lets parents pay to have their children turned into 3D models and animated in their own CG action-adventure shorts. The children also dub their own voices into the work. The custom video service debuted in 2009, but recently garnered attention because of one of its videos, featuring Gundam models and other anime elements, was posted online this week.
An example of their use of Disney-copyrighted materials is at 3:10 in this video, and again as the credits roll at about 5:30:
And yes, the company claims there’s no copyright issue here. Go to their FAQ and let your browser translate, and you should see something like this at question 4:
those cartoons on TV common is it? There are no copyright issues?
The animation is our own design and development headquarters, and have our own rights, but also into some of the popular cartoon elements, but by our own cartoon adaptation, does not involve copyright issues.
Ah, those wacky cross-cultural differences when it comes to intellectual property rights.