Date: 2012 February 13 06:48
Posted by Eeeper
The Embassy of Japan in London has chosen the winning entries in their annual manga writing competition.
The Embassy of Japan in London has announced the winning entries in their annual Manga Jiman competition. The competition, which asks for local people to submit short scripts that are turned into manga, now in it's fifth year attracted some interesting entries.
While the number of entries (the competition needs a minimum amount to continue to run) was down from the previous year, the embassy was impressed with the effort displayed.
Full press release as follows:
The results of the Manga Jiman 2011 Competition were announced at a reception held at the Embassy of Japan on 3 February. Please see our website (http://www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/en/webmagazine/2012/feb/manga.html) for the list of winners. The exhibition of winning entries is currently on at the Embassy until 28th February, open weekdays 9.30am to 5.30pm but you can also read them online here (http://www.myebook.com/Manga_Jiman/)