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M / Ink
Ink wash painting, also known as literati painting, is an East Asian type of
brush painting of Chinese origin that uses black ink—the same as used in
East Asian calligraphy, in various concentrations.
is a general Japanese term for a group of people
or friends who share an interest, activity, hobbies,
or achievement. The word is sometimes translated
into English as clique, fandom, coterie, society, or
In Japan, the term is used to refer to amateur selfpublished works, including manga, novels, fan
guides, art collections, music and video games.
Some professional artists participate as a way to
publish material outside the regular publishing
Avid fans of dōjin attend regular dōjin conventions,
the largest of which is called Comiket held in the
summer and winter at Tokyo Big Sight. Here, over
20 acres of dōjin materials are bought, sold, and
traded by attendees. Dōjin creators who base their
materials on other creators' works normally publish
in small numbers to maintain a low profile from
litigation. This makes a talented creator's or circle's
products a coveted commodity as only the fast or
the lucky will be able to get them before they sell
Over the last decade, the practice of creating dōjin
has expanded significantly, attracting thousands
of creators and fans alike. Advances in personal
publishing technology have also fueled this
expansion by making it easier for dōjin creators to
write, draw, promote, publish, and distribute their
In some respects, it’s more serious. In the past, China avoided talking
about such things as “urban disease”. During Mao’s time, the government
didn’t want the cities to develop – it wanted to move city residents to
the countryside, and right up to the 1980s the focus was on developing
smaller cities. It was only later that the scale effects of large cities were
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