Alternative names:

Syaoran Li
Little Doggie, Clone Syaoran


Human, Warrior, Wise Child, Archaeologist, Sword Fighter, Traveler, Teenager


Gender: Male
Age: 14
Birthday: 1. April
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brown
Hair length: To Ears
Nationality: Clow Country
Syaoran is strong and kind character, mostly referred to as "boy". Syaoran, although cheerful and knightly, is carrying the wounds from his past in his heart. Adopted by archaeologist, Fujitaka, he accidentally came into the country of Clow. Here he met daughter of king, Sakura. Currently he is traveling together with Fai, Kurogane and Sakura, in order to regain Sakura's lost memories, in form of feathers. But to do so, he had to give up his most precious thing - his relationship with her. Thus, even if she regains all her memories, she won't remember him.
One of Syaoran's eyes is blind and seems to be connected to mysterious events surrounding him and his past.
Manga Spoilers
It is later revealed he is actually a clone of the original Syaoran. He was created by Fei Wong Reed to collect and scatter Sakura's feathers. Before being captured by Fei Wong Reed the original Syaoran manages to place some of his "heart" within one of the clone's eyes. At the end of the manga, Syaoran eventually turns against his creator and aids the original Syaoran in trying to save Sakura; however, Fei Wong kills Syaoran. Syaoran is reborn in another world, along with Clone Sakura, and he becomes his original's father. He and Sakura raise the original Syaoran until they send him to Clow Country to meet with his destined person, afterwards sealing themselves inside the glass tube. Sakura and Syaoran, after breaking free from the tube, cleanse the feathers, but both ultimately disappear after Kurogane kills Fei Wong, leaving behind only a feather which Syaoran's original absorbs.

In Horitsuba Gakuen, he is Syaoron's twin brother who likes Sakura.
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Related anime:

Cardcaptor Sakura: Suteki Desu wa, Sakura-chan! Tomoyo no Cardcaptor Sakura Katsuyaku Video Nikki! Bonus, 1998
Cardcaptors TV, 1998
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie Movie, 1999
Card Captor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card Movie, 2000
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie 2: The Sealed Card Movie, 2000
Cardcaptor Sakura: Leave It to Kero-chan Movie, 2003
Cardcaptor Sakura: Leave it to Kero Movie, 2003
Tsubasa Chronicle: The Princess in the Birdcage Kingdom Movie, 2005
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE TV, 2005
xxxHOLiC: A Midsummer Night's Dream Movie, 2005
Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle 2nd Season TV, 2006
Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations OVA, 2007
Clamp in Wonderland 2 Music Video, 2007
xxxHOLiC Shunmuki OVA, 2009
Kobato. TV, 2009
Tsubasa Shunraiki OVA, 2009

Related manga:

Soel to Larg: Mokona=Modoki no Bouken Novel
Honey Milk Manga
Cardcaptor Sakura (Master of the Clow) Manga, 1996
xxxHOLiC Manga, 2003
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE Manga, 2003
Clamp in Wonderland EX Manga, 2006
Private Institute Horitsuba Manga, 2007
Shiritsu Horitsuba Gakuen Manga, 2009
Tsubasa: WoRLD CHRoNiCLE - Niraikanai Manga, 2014

Voice actors:

Miyu Irino, Japanese
Jason Liebrecht, English
Leonardo Graziano, Italian
David Turba, German
Konrad Bösherz, German
Darren Pleavin, English
Pepa Agudo, Spanish
Sang Hyeon Eom, Korean
Matt Bailey, English
Nicolas Beaucaire, French