Jack Halpern - CJK Dictionary Publishing Society
Born in Germany in 1946, Jack Halpern lived in six countries and knows twelve languages (he is now studying another two). Fascinated by kanji while living in an Israeli kibbutz, he came to Japan in 1973, where he compiled the New Japanese-English Character Dictionary for sixteen years. He is a professional lexicographer/writer and lectures widely on Japanese culture, is winner of first prize in the International Speech Context in Japanese, and is founder of the International Unicycling Federation, Inc.
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