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Comic Books: the Dry Bones Project will speak to the Chinese in digital graphic works. In the West these serious comic books are called "graphic novels". The cartoon form is more respected in the far east. In Japan they are called manga. In China they are called manhua. Dry Bones Project created an initial Chinese manhua promo, which was used to approach and test the response of Chinese academics, students, and party officials. (to see important Chinese responses and reactions click on Quotes)But first, below is Project3500's seven-page Chinese-language "promo" Below each page is its English translation.
The Chinese and the Jews
Two pillars of civilization that have survived thousands of years of barbarian threats.
We can learn from each other’s history…and lead the world to a civilized future.
An Israeli cartoonist draws a series of Graphic works for China and the Chinese.
The incredible story of the Children of Israel in the Land of Israel . . .
…through 3500 years of occupations rebellions expulsions and returns.
…their books of magic, philosophy, revelations and teachings
…and the hair-raising turning points in their amazing history!
Told in parallel with contemporary events in far-off ancient China
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To see some older Dry Bones Comic Books Click HERE.
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