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1st February 2013

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An Anti-Social Gathering - Interview with Organization ASG


Organization Anti-Social Geniuses banner featuring the main character of 'The World God Only Knows', Keima Katsuragi.

Yay! I am getting more Internetz-famous!

Just wanted to give a heads up that I was recently interviewed by Justin S, the editor of a blog filled with abundant anime/manga content (which is ranked highly on Technorati too), Organization Anti-Social Geniuses

Here’s a brief teaser to give you an idea of what I was grilled on during the therapeutic session:

Justin: So talk about yourself a little bit and how Manga Therapy was conceived.

Tony Yao: Manga Therapy mostly started out of a desire to talk about how manga can be used to motivate people mentally. Back in late 2009, I was given a book called “Crush It!” by famous social media entrepreneur, Gary Vaynerchuk, on my birthday. I didn’t read it right away, but when I did, I decided to start Manga Therapy since the book convinced me that the Internet & blogging will definitely get you to where you want to be.”

It’s been a long while since I was interviewed, but this interview was pretty fun and you get to understand the process I go through to provide dosages of manga psychology medication to you, my darling readers. :) 

You can read the interview below at:. 

Thursday Lab Report #27: Interview With Tony Yao From Manga Therapy

Also, follow Justin on Twitter. He loves Gintama. 

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