Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Rant picked up

My rant about Japan's war guilt has been picked up by ikjeld.com, a Japanese news website run by a Japan based journalist called Kjeld Duits. I'm rather chuffed. It was not really written as a professional piece, but there is something deep in the journo's psyche that wants everything they write to be read by the maximum number of people possible.

He has a really interesting article about Okinawa's experience in the war.


It was picked up from ikjeld.com by Topix.net, an internet news aggregator. It was the second item in their Japan newsletter (the links don't work):

From: "Topix.Net News Alerts"
Date: August 18, 2005 11:22:11 PM JST
Subject: Topix.net News Alert for Japan

News alerts for Japan (brought to you by Topix.net)

Top Stories (For all articles, visit Topix.net):

Hotel operator Hashiba set to run against Koizumi in poll
MSN-Mainichi Daily News (Thursday August 18, 2005)
Hideyoshi Hashiba, president of a hotel in Goshogawara, Aomori Prefecture, may run in the upcoming House of Representatives election in the Kanagawa Prefecture's No...

War Guilt
IKjeld.com (Thursday August 18, 2005)
There was a fascinating account on Japan's Kyodo newswire at the end
of last week of a visit by a group of British school children to Japan
to commemorate the end of the war.

Tokyo Electric Says Some Radioactive Water Leaked At Reactors After
Bloomberg (Thursday August 18, 2005)
Tokyo Electric Power Co., Asia's biggest power producer, said some
radioactive water spilled from storage pools into ventilation systems
of three nuclear reactors because of an earthquake that shook Japan
two ...

Briefing - Asia Health - Aug 18, 2005
Asia Pulse via Yahoo (Thursday August 18, 2005)
An executive briefing on Health for Aug 18, 2005, prepared by Asia
Pulse , the real-time, Asia-based wire with exclusive news, commercial
intelligence and business opportunities.

The Korea Herald : The Nation's No.1 English Newspaper
Korea Herald (Thursday August 18, 2005)
My father and four of my uncles fought in the Pacific campaign against
the Japanese.

For all the articles on Japan please visit topix.net


Anonymous said...

How sad am I? Following all this up!

Anonymous said...

You may think you are sad but its really interesting for an old silvertoop like me to see how these things work - it really is a world wide web. isn't it?