Creative Comic Collection - a Comic Magazine on Taiwan

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Creative Comic Collection - a Comic Magazine on Taiwan

Postby terredepomme » 31 Dec 2011, 20:07

Hi,
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there is an excellent Taiwanese magazine called Creative Comic Collection, funded by the government(I think), which is a magazine of mainly comics but also articles and illustration about Taiwanese culture, history, and nature.

http://digitalarchives.tw/Theme/CCC/

It is seasonal(four issues per year) and just went commercial this year. I bought andd read this year's four issues, and just wanted to tell you that this is simply an excellent initiative. If you haven't read it, I highly recommend it to you. If you already did, I would appreciate some thoughts shared.

The magazine can be purchased in 博客來, among others shops. http://www.books.com.tw/exep/prod/books ... 0010527772
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Re: Creative Comic Collection - a Comic Magazine on Taiwan

Postby John Yu » 01 Jan 2012, 11:35

looks interesting...too bad I can't seem to read it online
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