[MA-SOC] China hopes 'anime' fair will promote exchanges
aoshi00 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 24 22:44:05 EST 2006
Lol, that's kind of a horrible joke :P.
That aside, Lots of in-betweens of some currently running shows are done in
China (eg. The Law of Ueki) and South Korea (eg. Eyeshield 21), the former
is done especially well, I would think the whole show is done in Japan if I
didn't look at the end credit. I had followed both of these shows by
watching one episode per week in this past year, but I think "The Law of
Ueki" (Ueki no Housoku) is coming to an end at ep 51 in a day or two, one of
the most amazing show in recent years. As for Eyeshield 21, it's got to
"Kyoushin Poseidon" now, very exciting.
I'm collecting R2 DVDs of "Honey & Clover" (2 more volumes to go), and some
individual Dragonball Z discs now (covers 10x better than those of
Funimation using arbitrary screen-caps).
Rich - off to play FF XII, just arrived at my doorsteps today.
>From: "Ann Wagner" <mshenna at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Metro Anime New York City--social list
><ma-nyc-soc at lists.baka.org>
>To: "Metro Anime New York City--social list" <ma-nyc-soc at lists.baka.org>
>Subject: Re: [MA-SOC] China hopes 'anime' fair will promote exchanges
>Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 13:43:49 -0500
>Do you remember how the successes of the Japanese auto industry (& the
>downfall of US automakers) used to make older people say "who really won
>Suspect that the Chinese are planning revenge for Manchukuo & the Rape of
>Nanking & other wartime horrors ...
>On 3/24/06, James Leung Man-Fai <jamesrai at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I found this to be interesting.
> > --
> > James Leung Man-Fai
> > http://raiwebs.com
> > --------------------
> > http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/nb20060324a5.html
> > China hopes 'anime' fair will promote exchanges
> > Representatives from China's animation industry, visiting Tokyo for a
> > trade fair, expressed hope Thursday that an international "anime"
> > trade show scheduled for this summer in Shanghai will help promote
> > exchanges with Japan.
> > Speaking at the Tokyo International Anime Fair 2006, which got under way
> > Wednesday at Tokyo Big Sight, they also urged greater Japanese
> > in the second China International Animation, Cartoon & Game Fair from
> > 29 to July 3.
> > Hu Jinhua, director of the China National Center for Developing the
> > Animation, Cartoon & Game Industry, said the event is meant to provide
> > opportunities for exchanges between Chinese and foreign companies and
> > organizations exhibiting at the event.
> > "The Chinese government is currently devoting much attention to foster
> > animation and cartoon industry," Hu said in a presentation. "The second
> > has gone through thorough planning, and it will have improvements from
> > first fair in scope and style."
> > France, Germany, Japan, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and the United
> > States, as well as Taiwan and Hong Kong are among scheduled participants
> > the fair, and organizers are expecting about 150,000 visitors.
> > "The preparations are proceeding steadily, and we hope the people of
> > will proactively participate. Let us cooperate in creating a place for
> > and Japan to hold exchanges in the animation and game industry, and in
> > contributing as much as possible to the cultural exchanges between China
> > Japan," Hu said.
> > Ou Yang An, secretary at the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo, noted China's
> > animation industry is advancing rapidly and has potential to grow
> > The Japan Times: March 24, 2006
> > (C) All rights reserved
> > ---------------------------------
> > New Yahoo! Messenger with Voice. Call regular phones from your PC and
> > big.
> > _______________________________________________
> > ma-nyc-soc mailing list
> > ma-nyc-soc at lists.baka.org
> > http://lists.baka.org/mailman/listinfo/ma-nyc-soc
>ma-nyc-soc mailing list
>ma-nyc-soc at lists.baka.org
More information about the ma-nyc-soc