September 26, 2022


Connecting Asian writers with global readers

A novel that bridges Japan and China

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JasmineJASMINE, by Noboru Tsujihara, translated by Juliet W. Carpenter., reviewed in the Japan Times

That the Western world has lost interest in Japan, and particularly in Japanese literature, and is turning its attention more and more to the colossus across the sea (China, not America) is a constant plaint on the part of Japan specialists and translators.

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