Originally released in the Project DIVA PSP series, this Miku module was remastered to celebrate the Asian release of Project DIVA F 2nd. Download it and give this module a spin in your favorite song for the Chinese New Year!
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The module consists of a Chinese theme to it. Instead of wearing knee-high leggings, she wears black pumps with thigh high white socks. She also has a more wavy skirt which has part of her shirt that lacks the iconic tie. She is seen to be carrying a panda-like accessory on her back. Her signature twin-tails are more thin in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade and Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd following the improved visuals of those games over the PlayStation Portable games.
The module first appears in the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA game where it can be unlocked by attaining a Great result in "Updating My Love List?" in Normal difficulty and having a Max Combo of at least 110 in said song. It returns in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd where it can be bought for 10,000 DIVA Points from the shop once "Updating My Love List?" is cleared in Normal difficulty (alternatively, should the player have obtained the Module already in the first game, it can be imported into Project DIVA 2nd without cost. It is featured again in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Extend where it can be purchasable from the shop for 10,000 DIVA points once "Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder -39's Giving Day Edition-" in Easy difficulty is cleared (or if the Module is already obtained in Project DIVA 2nd, it can be imported over to Project DIVA Extend without any cost).
Chinese Debut later appears again in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd as downloadable content purchasable from the PlayStation store. For the Japanese version it was included in the 11th Batch released on 29 January 2015 while in the English version, it was included in the 5th Batch released on 3 February 2015 and 4 February 2015 in North America and Europe respectively.
Other media appearances
The module appeared in the HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2016 in Taiwan concert where it was used for the song "celluloid". It would later be used again for the song in the Hatsune Miku × Kodo Taiko Performing Arts Ensemble and SNOW MIKU LIVE! 2018 daytime performances.