This is the fifth Vietnamese comic to have earned recognition at the prestigious Japan International Manga Awards
Nguyen Duc Giang, a 32-year-old from Hanoi, Vietnam has spent over VND600 million (US$26,000) collecting manga comic books and manga character models in the hope of preserving childhood memories.
Manga artist Kamentotsu didn’t expect much when he uploaded a four-panel strip about an anthropomorphic bear who runs a cake shop to his Twitter account three years ago
The youthful participants donned fantastical costumes inspired by a variety of fictional characters
105 contemporary illustrations by famed “eshi,” Japanese comic artists, will be showcased at the exhibit “Eshi 100” in HCMC starting tomorrow
The 2014 Cool Japan Fukuoka Fair, set to run in Hanoi on Jan 18 and 19, will feature a variety of Japanese cultural and art activities.
Many concerned parents recently complained to Tuoi Tre about the difficulties the right-to-left layout adopted by the Vietnamese versions of Japanese and Chinese mangas pose to their children.
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