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DramaWiki

DramaWiki
The purpose of this site is to provide English readers a reference repository for Asian television entertainment that use the following Eastern Asian languages: Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Japanese and Korean. TV dramas, artists, singers, directors and screenwriters related to Eastern Asian language TV drama series are included. Everyone is welcome to contribute here and add any information they may know about certain dramas or artists. You need to request a user account and confirm your email first before you can begin editing. If you are new to the Wiki concept, you may want to look at the help page first. Don't be afraid about layout or formatting.

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Anime-Source.Com Posted by : kevinchaosvs Posted on : 2010-07-15 Shiroki Tsubasa Ala Alba, a third and new anime adaptation of Mahou Sensei Negima, is a more faithful adaptation of its manga. It can hence be seen as an alternate continuity from the previous two series (the first being the 2005 version by Studio XEBEC and the second being the 2006 version by Studio SHAFT). As such, this OAD is recommended only to those who have been following the manga, rather than those who have only watched the anime series. With that said, there isn't much character development or story to speak of in this OAD; you’re supposed to already know of it.

Jim Breen's Japanese Page - Minefield Introduction Welcome to my Japanese Page. As many readers of this page will know, I have an on-going interest in Japan, its people and language. This has led to a number of activities bringing together Japanese and my professional activities in computing and telecommunications. I have assembled this set of pages: (a) to provide information about a number of my projects in the area of Japanese computing and dictionaries, (b) to provide links to some of the resources available on the WWW on Japanese matters. In The News Tokyo Toshokan You need to be logged in to use the chatbox. [Sticky] <Nyaa> We will of course be playing Star Citizen. If you have a game package with alpha access, you can join our piracy and smuggling efforts right here. See you in the 'verse! [04-18, 08:32 UTC] <Senji_Q> And yes, aers is watching you. Always watching you

About Bento Bento, or o-bento, refers to a packaged, single-portion, portable meal that is usually eaten at lunch, but also comes in larger sizes meant for use at picnics, dinner, and parties. A bento generally consists of rice or noodles and some form of protein (e.g., meat, poultry, fish, tofu) accompanied by side dishes of raw, simmered, or pickled vegetables. There are many different types of bento boxes, ranging from traditional handcrafted wooden lacquerware to disposable containers – see Bento Boxes and Accessories for examples. Most bento boxes have compartments or internal dividers for separate dishes. Bento is an art form in Japan.

Anime Theme - Windows Sidebar Gadget Gallery Windows Gadget is a new feature of Windows Vista and 7. The Vista version has a "Sidebar" which contains mini-applications (called "Gadgets") which are based on a combination of Script and HTML. They may be used to display information such as the system time, CPU/RAM usage and Internet-powered features such as RSS feeds, and to control external applications such as Windows Media Player. Gadgets can run "docked" in the sidebar or they can "float" anywhere on the desktop. On Windows 7, gadgets are all placed on the desktop without a sidebar, and arranged in a slightly different way. Romance World - Chi's Sweet Home This is cute anime, Chi is so cute ^^I want a kitten like Chi ^__^ But every eps is so short, only like 3 min, and there are like 100 eps total. Chi's Sweet Home (チーズスイートホーム, chīzu suīto hōmu?) is a manga series written and illustrated by Konami Kanata. It has been serialized in Kodansha's seinen manga magazine Weekly Morning since 2004.

John’s Top 10 Japanese Dramas I really enjoy Japanese dramas. As far as Japanese entertainment media goes, dramas are right up there with anime for me. When I was first getting into Japanese stuff, I was all about the anime until one day I realized that there was a whole side of Japanese TV I was completely missing out on: J-dramas. I couldn’t believe I’d been missing out on so many great shows. links//futaba-chan.net What would any site be without links?! These are my favorites, varying interests in no particular order. There's also a great deal of linking buttons of varying degrees of quality that you can feel free to use ^_^; Those open in a popup window now. more buttons Kurai - writing Hearts of Ice - ranma fanfic Café Rockét - team rocket randomness The Tomb - pretty sm fanart & info Time Stranger - tons of anime sites Dokuja - writing I.C.

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