Artist N.Erdenebayar takes Grand Prix at International Manga Awards


Head of the Nuudliin Zurga Uguulemj Foundation, and writer and painter of children’s comic books N.Erdenebayar claimed the Grand Prix from the International Manga Award competition with his comic book titled “Bumbardai Went For Dry Dung”.
The Japanese Foreign Minister will present the prize to N.Erdenebayar in Tokyo, Japan, on February 12. “Bumbardai Went For Dry Dung” will be added to the collection of the Manga Museum in Kyoto on the same day.
Around 300 artists from 60 countries participated for this year’s International Manga Award. N.Erdenebayar has been creating comic books for 10 years.
The International Manga Award is an annual award established in 2007 to encourage non-Japanese manga artists . This award was created by Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso, who proposed this award in a policy speech he gave in Tokyo’s Akihabara district in 2006. The award is often considered the most prestigious prize for non-Japanese manga artists.

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