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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

Index sets up China shop

In partnership with China Mobile, Index China will transmit Japanese comics and games to Chinese mobile users, with service skedded to start next spring, in time for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. As part ... read more

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