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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Tuttle News -

Japanese teachers and students are excited about 196 new kanji that have been added to the list of official "joyo kanji" taught in Japanese primary and secondary schools. These are the first changes since 1981. Simultaneous, 5 kanji have been deleted, which brings the total up from 1,945 to 2,136. To receive a copy of ...the official Ministry of Education list, write to JD Wilson at jdwilson@tuttlepublishing.com

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