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A recently published book tells the story of a short-lived Japanese film production company in the puppet state of Manchukuo and the pivotal role its workers played in the formation of the Chinese movie industry after World War II.

The author, 95-year-old Fumiko Kishi, hopes her book on the Manchukuo Film Association Ltd., which produced movies for eight years in the 1930s and ’40s, will help young people learn about the history of Manchukuo.

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