EMiNA was formed for the purpose of uniting fans of, and anyone interested in Japanese visual culture (be it anime, manga or games) under one umbrella, and exposing them to many different facets of this revolution and how it is influencing the direction of media culture on a global scale.
An offshoot of its parent club of the same name in Multimedia University’s Melaka campus, EMiNA has always strived to provide the best for our members, introducing them to like-minded individuals who share the same passion for Japanese visual culture as they do, while at the same time broadening their horizon.
As a university-endorsed organisation, the committee members are made up entirely of MMU students. The administration is staffed by students from all the different faculties here. There is no divide between gender, age, ethnicity or even faith. There is but one similarity that brings them all together – their passion and love for modern Japanese visual culture.
Through our partnerships and collaborations with numerous other clubs and organizations in the Malaysian ACG community such as Comic Fiesta, LowYat.Net Anime Shrine, Macross Fans of Malaysia, J-rock Malaysia, Sunway University Anime Club, Taylor’s Anime Society and Vocaloid Party Malaysia, EMiNA has grown to become one of the most influential and well-known student-based modern visual culture societies in Malaysia.