In terms of functionality, it's fine.
Depends how 'nitpicky' you want to be, though. There shouldn't be spaces before commas (i.e. 'studied material, and also' etc.), and there's a case for expressing it as 'and we also', owing to how that's more natural to say, even though grammatically, both are fine. And 'Japanese hieroglyphics' may confuse people about the various Japanese scripts, unless you're referring to something else, so you may want to confirm what you're referring to as it may be better to say 'Japanese hieroglyphs' instead, though, I concede, this is only a point of pedantry.