Saudi production house Magna Productions has partnered with Tokyo University of Technology in a quest to deliver original industry-leading Anime productions, Chairman of Magna Bader al-Asaker said.
"In our quest to deliver original industry leading Anime productions, @Manga_prd has proudly partnered with the prestigious and innovative Tokyo University of Technology @tut_tweet," al-Asaker tweeted.
In our quest to deliver original industry leading Anime productions, @Manga_prd has proudly partnered with the prestigious and innovative Tokyo University of Technology @tut_tweet. pic.twitter.com/iidWedIhK2— بدر العساكر Bader Al Asaker (@Badermasaker) June 28, 2019
“Our @Magna_prd Tokyo branch serves as an invitation for joint collaboration with several Japanese creative entities through which creative endeavors that contribute to the industry are made possible,” al-Asaker said in a different tweet.
The branch also aims to reinforce the partnership between Saudi Arabia and Japan, endeavoring creative production and training programs for youth in the fields of gaming and animation, according to the Chairman.
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