Five of the Coolest ‘Genshin Impact’ Cosplayers in Malaysia
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5 Hottest Cosplayers in Malaysia Who Slayed ‘Genshin Impact’ Costumes

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From colourful wigs to sparkling costumes, cosplay or costume play is a “geeky fandom” of those who want to portray their favourite fictional gaming characters or anime heroes.

Among the most popular characters in cosplaying are those from action role-playing game “Genshin Impact,” which is free to play and allows users to switch characters during combat that each have their own abilities and weapons.

Since then, the video game has become a hit and popular inspiration for cosplay because of its incredibly detailed costumes and appealing accessories. Now that we've covered everything, let's have a look at some “Genshin Impact” cosplayers in Malaysia who are known for their good looks and talent in the art of costuming.


Pudds, real name Pui Ting, is a cosplayer and streamer who has played many “Genshin Impact” characters, such as Nahida, Nilou, Miss Hina, and Raiden Shogun. You can watch her livestream scheduled every Tuesday, Thursday, and on weekends.

She is actively involved in the ACG (anime, cosplay and games) community, while juggling her studies in German language and fashion design. 

Aside from “Genshin Impact” characters, Pudds has also cosplayed Harajuku fashion, featuring creatures such as a fairy, demon, and witch, which is another of her favourites. She also started making a name for herself in the music industry as she released her first single with Amsyar Lee titled “I LAB U” in September last year. 

Ying Tze

Ying Tze is a cosplayer based in Malaysia known for her creativity in bringing out the sexy side of the characters she portrays. She cosplayed several characters from “Genshin Impact,” including Ganyu, Nilou, Yae Miko, and Ningguang, each with their own unique spin.

In addition to cosplaying, she also creates influential content, plays video games, and is a proud parent of 10 cats. She has been in the industry for over a decade and currently works as the Brand Ambassador of ASUS Republic Of Gamers Malaysia. 


Angie has been a member of the Malaysian cosplay community since 2008, and her passion for cosplaying paved the way for her to launch a career as a fashion designer and illustrator. She has cosplayed more than 100 anime and game characters, including “Genshin Impact’s” Yae Muko, Ganyu, and Keqing, to name a few. Most of her costumes are original works created by her.

Her most famous cosplay, probably as Asuna from the "Sword Art Online" series, attests to her ability to pull off adorable and sexy costumes. She also did an amazing portrayal of Prinz Eugen and Atago of “Azur Lane,” Kotori Minami of “Love Live!” and Inori Yuzuriha from “Guilty Crown.”

Rikka Blurhound

Rikka Blurhound, a Malaysian cosplayer and gamer, is also a full-time nutritionist known for her petite built. She makes her own props and armour for cosplay, including those for “Genshin Impact” characters Yoimiya, Nahida, and Ganyu.

Rikka, whose real name is Janice, is also the co-owner of quirky cosmetic line Banana Boss, together with her friend Lynn, who describes herself as a beauty enthusiast. 

Shine Ueki

Because of her amazing portrayal of Jean and Venti from “Genshin Impact,” Shine has become one of Malaysia's most popular cosplayers. 

She enjoys staging group photoshoots with fellow cosplayers featuring the main ladies of “Quintessential Quintuplets,” “JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean,” “Cardcaptor Sakura,” and “Sailor Moon” and her Sailor Guardians, to name a few.

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