Japanese 'manga' comic book on Bangabandhu unveiled

Japanese ‘manga’ comic book on Bangabandhu unveiled

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Ghulam Mohammad Alamgir, Chairman, Max Group and Chairman of BUET said, “Japan is our old testing friend and has been helping us in our development since the birth of Bangladesh. So to express our gratitude to Japan, this book in manga has been published.” Graduate Club.

“It is very meaningful and educative that children will get to know the story of Bangladesh’s independence through manga about the long struggle of Bangabandhu. This initiative will deepen the Japanese perception of Bangladesh’s independence,” said Ambassador Iwama Kiminori.

“On 10 February 1972, the Japanese recognition of independent sovereign Bangladesh is the occasion of this publication. From 14 to 18 October 1973, Prime Minister Sheikh Mujibur Rahman visited Japan with his 16-year-old daughter Sheikh Rehana and youngest son Sheikh Russell, who turned 10 when he arrived in Japan,” the ambassador said.

He said that during Bangabandhu’s visit, the Japanese people strongly supported the need for Bangladesh’s independence.

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