8-9 (TokyoPop translation)
138 cm (4'6")
Orange (Untrasformed and Transformed)
|Animal fused with|
Volume 1, Chapter 1
Hamepane Tōkyō Myū Myū
Bu-Ling Huang is a character in the manga and anime series Tokyo Mew Mew, and one of the main heroines of the story. She is the fourth Mew Mew to be introduced and her D.N.A is merged with a Golden Lion Tamarin.
Bu-Ling likes doing acrobatics and likes playing. Her favorite foods are tientsin (sweet chestnuts), pudding and chou à la creme. However she dislikes rakkyo (Chinese onions). She usually wears Chinese themed clothes when she is home, at a party or visiting. The other Mew Mews agree that her monkey DNA is a perfect match for her personality as she is full of energy and loves having fun – to the point Minto considers her very immature. She is also the most hyperactive member of the team, even more-so than Ichigo.
Bu-Ling usually has light blonde hair, burnt-orange (almost brown) eyes.
When Bu-Ling is transformed into Mew Pudding her hair turns golden yellow and her eyes turn a lighter orange. She wears a short yellow jumpsuit, yellow legwarmers with orange string wrapped around them, yellow leg garter on her left thigh, yellow choker with her Mew Pendant dangling from it, yellow arm garters, orange shoes and orange furry cutoff gloves. She has orange lace lining the bottom of her jumpsuit and the top and bottom of her choker, arm bands, and leg band. She has an orange monkey tail and ears. Her color is Yellow. Her Mew Mark is two monkey tails on her forehead. Bu-Ling has a few plaits at the back of her hair.
Because her mother died when she was very young, Bu-Ling has to care for her numerous siblings. Bu-Ling misses her mother a great deal, and always tries to change the subject when people ask about her mother. Her father is a master of many different fighting styles and she doesn't see him that often. The only person, other than Ryou and Keiichiro, to know about her family was Heicha's teacher. Bu-Ling refers to all of the Mews as "onee-chan" (Big Sister), signifying that she sees them as her older sisters. Despite her age, Bu-Ling is raising her five younger siblings and managing the family finances while their father is training in the mountains of China. To get money, she used to do tricks in the park to make money to "support the arts". The manga never mentions Bu-Ling's mother, while the anime adaptation states that she died.
Midway through the series, Bu-Ling befriends Tart when he captures her and holds her hostage. She is reluctant to fight Tart during the final battle until he affirms they have no choice, and cries over him after he is defeated. Bu-Ling kisses Tart at the end of the series and tells him she does not want it to be goodbye. He replies by saying that he may return to see her. In the anime adaptation, the relationship between Bu-Ling and Tart is expanded and the circumstances of their initial friendship changes – instead of being saved by the Mew Mews, Tart himself saves Bu-Ling from an underground cavern when he realizes that she is suffocating from a lack of oxygen.
In Episode 33: A Fiance Appears! Puddings's Fated Marriage?!, a mysterious man saves Bu-Ling when she is attacked by Tart's chimera animal. The man reveals himself to be Yuebin Long, an apprentice of Bu-Ling's father. He defeats Bu-Ling in a match to decide who will inherit the family fighting style and also to marry her. He later spends time in Bu-Ling's home taking care of her siblings while she works at Cafe Mew Mew. He ends up rescuing Bu-Ling from a rogue Chimera Anima and travels to China with the intent of learning to protect his fiance, Bu-Ling.
Bu-Ling's transformation begins with her kissing her Mew pendant and raising it to her head where her Mew mark is. Her DNA commences the morphing process and Bu-Ling is flung into a burst of yellow light. The endings of her hair change into tiny braids while streams of energy wrap around her hands, causing fur in the shape of finger-less gloves to appear on them. More streams of energy are wrapped around her body and manifest her Mew uniform. She then bends over and her Tamarin tail pops out from the base of her back. The sequence concludes with Mew Pudding performing a somersault and striking a pose.
Weapons and Attacks
Mew Pudding has the DNA of a Golden Lion Tamarin. In the original, her weapon is Puring Rings, and her attack is Ribbon Pudding Ring Inferno. This attack involves Mew Pudding performing a series of acrobatic flips, kicks and somersaults before summoning a tambourine and a bell ring. She taps them together, forming a melody in the air. Her Mew mark glows and she brings the instruments down, unleashing a blast of yellow energy which encases the enemy in a force field similarly shaped like jello. In the 4Kids dub, her weapon is the Golden Tambourine and her attack is Tambourine Trench.
- Tokyo Mew Mew English Manga (TokyoPop and Kodansha) - Pudding Fong/Mew Pudding
- Tokyo Mew Mew English Manga (Chuang Yi) - Purin Wong/Mew Pudding
- Mew Mew Power - Kikki Benjamin/Mew Kikki
- Mew Mew Amiche Vincenti (Italian) - Paddy Wong/Mew Paddy
- Dong Jing Mao Mao (Mandarin) - Bu-Ling Huang/Mew Mew Pudding
- Dong Ging Miu Miu (Cantonese) - Bou-Ling Wong/Mew Bou-Ling
- Berry Berry Mew Mew (Korean) - Puring Huang/Mew Puring
- טוקיו מיו מיו/Tokyo Mew Mew (Hebrew) - Purin Fon/Mew Purin
- Mew Mew Power (French) - Kikki Benjamin
- Mew Mew Power (Season 1 Portugal) - Kikki Benjamin/Mew Kikki
- Tokyo Mew Mew (Season 2 Portugal) - Pudim (Pudding) Fon/Mew Pudim
- โตเกียวเหมียวเหมียว/Tokyo Mew Mew (Thai) - Pudding Fong/Mew Pudding
- Mew Mew Power (Danish) - Purin Fong/Mew Purin
- Vajzat Mjau - Mbrojtëset e Planetit (Albanian)- Paris Gâteau (Note: Paris came from France)
- Tokyo Mew Mew (Japanese) - Hisayo Mochizuki
- Mew Mew Power (English) - Kether Donahue
- Mew Mew Amiche Vincenti (Italian) - Tosawi Piovani
- Dong Jing Mao Mao (Mandarin) - Mei-Xiu Lin
- Dung Ging Miu Miu (Cantonese) - Lai-Yi Geung
- Berry Berry Mew Mew (Korean) - Kim Seoyeong
- Vadmacska Kommandó (Hungarian) - Getrúd Szabó
- Miau Miau Power (Latino Spanish) - Shirley Marulanda
- טוקיו מיו מיו/Tokyo Mew Mew (Hebrew) - Dana Rishfi (Season 1, Ep. 1-26) / Michal Reshef (Season 2, Ep. 27-52)
- Mew Mew Power (French) - Marie Van Renterghem
- As Super Gatinhas (Brazilian Portuguese) - Lene Bastos
- Mew Mew Power (Season 1 Portugal) - ???
- Tokyo Mew Mew (Season 2 Portugal) - Maria Camões
- โตเกียวเหมียวเหมียว/Tokyo Mew Mew (Thai) - ???
- Mew Mew Power (Danish) - Bette Dandanell
- Mew Mew Power (Dutch) - Lizemijn Libgott
- Družina Mjau - Mjau/Mjau - Mjau Tokio (Serbian) - Vladislava Đorđević
- Силата Миу Миу (Bulgarian) - ???
- Mew Mew Power (Greek) - Stella Mponatsou
- In the original manga, she owns a monkey named An-Nin.
- Bu-Ling's father is Chinese but it is unknown if her Mother was Chinese or Japanese.
- Bu-Ling's hair is the least transformed in the anime because she is a natural blonde, and tinted a little richer after transforming.
- All of Bu-Ling's siblings names end in the suffix "-cha". The Chinese character of "Cha" means tea. Note: The Chinese language system is quite different from English. In fact, "Cha" can be many other characters.