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Hong Kong comic book industry struggles against rising tide of digital piracy

Chiu Yuen-wing is a long-time follower of Japanese manga, particularly Naruto, an enduring saga featuring ninjas with superpowers. Like thousands of fans, the 20-year-old student queued up to check ou... read more

Dead men tell no tales

WE HAVE, perhaps, watched Errol Flynn buckling his swash once too often, read too many comic-book versions of “Treasure ... concentration of ships in the South China Sea along well-established shippin... read more

Filmart: Can Japan Make Anime Great Again?

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Read it and weep: Authors’ incomes are plummeting, amid digital-era woes

The digital era is cutting ... “The ubiquity of e-books means that online book piracy is more of a threat than it was in 2009. We’ve seen major consolidation within the traditional publishing industry ... read more

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