The pop culture superpower

"Perhaps because of its island status, Japan has a knack for exporting itself and its goods to the rest of the world", says Peter Hoskin in a recent article for the Spectator. With cartoons and computer games as his focus, Hoskin reveals the huge influence that the island nation has held, and continues to hold, over Western popular culture. To read the article, click on the image below. Spirited-Away-by-Hayao-Miyazaki