Story in Viz's 'The Future is Japanese' Book Wins Hugo Award

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Ken Liu's story "Mono no Aware" won the award for best short story in this year's Hugo Awards. Viz Media published the story in last year's The Future is Japanese collection.

This year's winners were announced at LoneStarCon 3, the 71st World Science Fiction Convention. The Hugo Awards were established in 1955 and are awarded each year at the annual Worldcon science fiction convention. There were 1,848 ballots cast to decide this year's winners.

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