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Moreover, the industry is losing young talent due to persistently low pay and poor working conditions, forcing Japanese animation companies to outsource much of their work.
Summary: The younger siblings of Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers are the stars of new Japanese animation picture Ponyo.
The Japanese animation culture is deeply rooted in Saudi society, as many generations grew up watching Arabic-dubbed Japanese animations on television.
Choice of: Howl's Moving Castle (U): Japanese animation, Oscar-nominated this month ****' Spirited Away (PG): Oscar-winning Japanese animation from 2003 ****' Nanny McPhee (U): Emma Thompson as a snaggle-toothed nanny in charge of widower Colin Firth's seven children.
Otaku, on the other hand, denotes the urban male recluse who invests endless hours and large sums of disposable income in the private consumption of products from the Japanese animation, manga, science-fiction, and music industries.
FANS of Japanese animation will appreciate the visual power that has gone into this remake.
The proliferation of English-language guides, promos, speakers and interpreters made a loud declaration: Japanese animation has world-wide appeal, and its producers are ready to reach out.
Newtype USA, an English edition of the Japanese animation information monthly magazine Newtype, will be launched Oct.