WASHINGTON – The popularity of “manga” comic books in Japan is a reflection of low literacy rates, a New York Times story said Thursday.
“Comic books account for 60 percent of printed publications in Japan, a reflection of low literacy rates due to the difficulty of learning Japanese characters,” according to the article. “A Wizard of Animation Has Japan Under His Spell.”
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