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NORIMITSU ONISHI(ノリミツ・オオニシ=大西哲光)の基礎知識

ニューヨーク・タイムズ紙東京支局長
千葉県市川市で生まれ、4歳の時、家族でモントリオールに移住。
http://society3.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/mass/1113235294/

千葉県市川市で生まれ、4歳の時、家族でモントリオールに移住。国籍はカナダ。米プリンストン大学で学生新聞編集長を務めた。
前任地は西アフリカ・コートジボワール。ナイジェリアの民政移管やシエラレオネの内戦を取材した。9・11後はアフガニスタンにも出張した。
(中略)
名刺は漢字で「大西哲光」。「日本人と同じ顔の利点は本音が聞けること」(34歳)
(2003.09.21 朝日新聞東京朝刊 2頁)
http://diary2.cgiboy.com/0/naitoh/

ニューヨークタイムス東京支局 東京都中央区築地5丁目3-2
朝日新聞社 東京都中央区築地5丁目3-2

 …ソースはYahoo!電話帳。


ニューヨーク支局
ASAHI SHIMBUN NEW YORK BUREAU
NEW YORK TIMES BUILDING, #961
229 WEST 43rd STREET
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10036
TEL (212) 398-0257
FAX (212) 221-1734

大西の上司

Bronner@nytimes.com <<<<<メル凸はここへ


ユタ州選出の上院議員の講演終了の後、ニューヨークタイムズの科学部記者のDenise Grady
記者とRegional education Manager Washington Region のPeter Eliason-Rieraという人物が、
大学の講演に来ていたので終了後の歓迎会に出席して、東京支局長の大西哲光に対する質問と
日本側の意見?を話しました。
その反応は、
Denise Grady:
1:名前は知っているが、個人的には知らない。何か意見が在るならば彼の上司であるブロナー
Bronner@nytimes.com)の方にメールするか、編集の方にメールか
電話(212-556-1234)してくれ。
それに対し「メールは五回送った。自分だけでなく多くの日本人がニューヨークタイムズ宛
にメールを送った。しかしそれらは紙面にもホームページにも載ったことは無かった」。
また「貴社の東京支局に日本人読者だけでなく、幾人かのジャーナリストが抗議をしたが
無視されたし、取材を申しこんでも無視され続けた。未だにまともな回答すらない」ということ
を話したところ、おろおろと、困惑した表情で、
2:自分に言われても困る。自分はどうにかできる立場には無い。編集に、電話するなり、
メールを送るなりしてくれ。そして、結局、困惑した表情で1と2を繰り返すだけでした。
そして、3:Peterに言ってくれ。
Peter Eliason-Riera:
こちらが、大西に対する日本人の感情や相当な不信感を説明した後、
「貴方の意見は良く分かった、しかし、私達はどうこう出来る部署に居るわけではないし、
またそんな権限もないから、どうすることも出来ない。」
そして、「彼の上司や編集にメールを送るか、電話してくれ。」と言われた。




06.7.13 週刊新潮 146P 変見自在 連載207 「似非日本人」

帝京大学教授 高山正之

帰化韓国人の織原城二がルーシーさんを殺害した事件で、NYタイムズが
「日本人は白人女性に変態的な欲望をもつ」と濡れ衣を着せてきたときもそうだ。

もっと問題なのは同紙東京特派員N・オオニシのように
マスコミ界にも帰化人がいて、日本人の名を使って日本を非難する。
こんな賢(さか)しい輩を排除するには米国と同じに
その出自を明らかにし、発言させるべきではないか。
筑紫哲也氏もこの問題を多事争論でじっくり扱ってみたらどうだろう。




blogrunner: The New York Times - Norimitsu Onishi Virtual Weblog
http://annotatedtimes.blogrunner.com/snapshot/D/2/8/386D97E000161728/

Media Watchdog Reviews and Analyses
The following are a collection of links to organizations and individuals engaged in monitoring the media,
and student-authored analyses of these monitors.
http://www.utexas.edu/coc/journalism/SOURCE/j363/watchdogs.html

Documenting & Exposing the New York Times
http://www.timeswatch.org/

An open letter to The New York Times
http://mediamatters.org/items/200505160002

でびとも大好きな大西
Norimitsu Onishi, the New York Times writer, put the story in a
Japanese cultural context. "
ttp://www.debito.org/littlelindberghing.html

オオニシの匂う記事 Onishi's smelly articles


A Congressman Faces Foes in Japan as He Seeks an Apology
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: May 12, 2007


Japan's fund for former sex slaves never achieved purpose
By Norimitsu Onishi

In Japan, a Historian(吉見) Stands by Proof of Wartime Sex Slavery
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: March 31, 2007
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0asLYvhJ8UM

Japan Again Denies Role in Sex Slavery
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Whaling: A Japanese Obsession With American Roots
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Abe Rejects Japan’s Files on War Sex
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: March 2, 2007


PM Abe misquoted in English
http://www.occidentalism.org/?p=526

It appears that Prime Minister Abe has been misquoted.
James from JapanProbe discovered a publicly available document from last November
that helps put Prime Minister Abe’s statement into context.

This is important, because Prime Minister Abe has been the victim of mistranslation,
and possibly spin, by virtually every western news source. There is the article I linked
from Yahoo, and then there is also the New York Times article by Norimitsu Onishi.
The mistranslation in the NYT is so bad that I have to wonder if Norimitsu Onishi can
even understand Japanese.

The original quotes in Japanese were -

「当初定義されていた強制性を裏付ける証拠がなかったのは事実だ」

And -

「定義が大きく変わったことを前提に考えなければならない」

The NYT translates that as -

“There is no evidence to prove there was coercion, nothing to support it,” Mr. Abe
told reporters. “So, in respect to this declaration, you have to keep in mind that
things have changed greatly.”

Amazingly, the NYT and every other article in English about this that I have read
omitted the main subject of the quote, because Prime Minister Abe is talking about
definition of a word. Here is my translation of what Prime Minister Abe said -

“It is a fact there was no proof to support coercion as it was initially defined”
“We must premise it [the Kono statement about comfort women] on the thought that
the definition of it [coercion] had been greatly changed from its [initial] definition”




South Korea and Japan Split on North Korea Pact
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Feb 15 2007

Japanese Lawmakers Pass Two Laws That Shift the Nation Away From Its Postwar Pacifism
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: December 16, 2006

Japan Rightists Fan Fury Over North Korea Abductions
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: December 17, 2006



Abductions in Japan
Regarding the article "Abductions energize Japan right" (Dec. 18):
Abduction of Japanese citizens by North Korea is not a pretext for political manipulation.
This is about rescuing our citizens.
Many Japanese abductees have been incarcerated in North Korea for nearly 30 years and deprived of all freedom.
They deserve all possible support to regain their freedom and dignity. It is our duty to retrieve them.
And abduction is very much an ongoing problem. Only 5 abductees were repatriated in 2002, and North Korea has failed to provide any convincing evidence to support its claim that the remaining Japanese abductees have died or never entered their country.
The recent UN General Assembly resolution on the human-rights situation in North Korea is testimony to increasing international awareness of the need to resolve this issue.
Kyoko Nakayama, Tokyo Special adviser to the Japanese prime minister on abduction



Japan Assures Rice That It Has No Nuclear Intentions
by NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: October 19, 2006

With Cash, Defectors Find North Korea’s Cracks
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: October 19, 2006

Abe's rise to force new look at postwar Japan
By Norimitsu Onishi The New York Times

Departing Japanese Leader Shook Up Politics as Usual
September 19, 2006 - By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Japan’s Likely Next Premier in Hawkish Stand
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: September 2, 2006

S. Korea's New Trend? Anything from the North
By Norimitsu Onishi

Koizumi Exits Office as He Arrived: Defiant on War Shrine Published
By NORIMITSU ONISHI August 16, 2006

Koizumi Further Deepens Debate Over Shrine
By NORIMITSU ONISHI August 15, 2006

China Fights Sanctions to Punish North Korea
By WARREN HOGE and NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: July 8, 2006

Japan's Conservatives Push Prewar 'Virtues' in Schools
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: June 11, 2006

Race to Lead Japan May Turn on Asia Ties
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: June 4, 2006
So far, the race is turning into a referendum on what to do about Japan's troubled relations with its Asian neighbors,
especially China.

In Deep South, North Koreans Find a Hot Market
By NORIMITSU ONISHI May 25, 2006
At the Pyongyang Moran Bar on a recent Friday evening, a large video screen showed uplifting images of rocky mountains and an open blue sky. A slogan appeared at the bottom: "Kim Jong Il, a man who comes along only once in a thousand years."

A Prince Nestled Once More in Korea's Embrace
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: May 20, 2006
Chonju, South Korea
A fitting schedule, surely, for Mr. Yi, 65, a descendant of the Chosun Dynasty,
which ruled the Korean peninsula from 1392 to 1910, when the Japanese established colonial rule.

U.S. Needs Japan' s Diplomacy, but Tokyo Isn' t Talking
By NORIMITSU ONISHI June 25, 2006
Japan' s relations with China and South Korea are their worst in decades, in great part because of bitter disagreements over Japan' s militarist past.


Japan's Conservatives Push Prewar 'Virtues' in Schools
By NORIMITSU ONISHI June 11, 2006
A focus on morality and patriotism is a reaction against educational policies that encouraged creativity and individualism.


Race to Lead Japan May Turn on Asia Ties
By NORIMITSU ONISHI June 4, 2006
Japan' s relations with China and South Korea have chilled because of several disputes over history and territory.


In Deep South, North Koreans Find a Hot Market
By NORIMITSU ONISHI May 25, 2006
The North is all the rage in South Korea, and theme restaurants, with bad service and photos of Kim Jong Il, are cashing in.


Revival in Japan Brings Widening of Economic Gap
By NORIMITSU ONISHI April 16, 2006

In a Wired South Korea, Robots Will Feel Right at Home
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

South Korea at Classic: No Title, Much Pride
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: March 20, 2006

To Japanese Nationalists, Only the Y Chromosome Counts
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: March 12, 2006

SOUTH KOREA OPPOSES MOVE TO REVISE JAPAN'S CONSTITUTION
Published: March 2, 2006 by Norimitsu Onishi

In Japan, Justice Is Not Only Blind, It Holds a Stopwatch
By NORIMITSU ONISHI February 12, 2006

Japanese Remarks About Taiwan Anger Beijing
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Shadow Shogun Steps Into Light, to Change Japan
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: February 11, 2006

Beijing Condemns Japan Official's Remarks
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

LETTER FROM SOUTH KOREA; North Korea Takes a Peek Down China'’s Capitalist Road
By NORIMITSU ONISHI January 26, 2006

Byeonsan Bikini Beach Journal; A Tourism Plan's Itsy-Bitsy, Teeny-Weeny Miscalculation
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Dreams of a Korean Summer: School and a New Cell
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

German Village Journal; In a Corner of South Korea, a Taste of German Living
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Roll Over, Godzilla: Korea Rules
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

South Korea's 'Sea Women' Trap Prey and Turn Tables
February 15, 2005, Tuesday
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

What's Korean for 'Real Man?' Ask a Japanese Woman
December 23, 2004, Thursday
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

South Korea adds culture to its export power - Asia - Pacific .
By Norimitsu Onishi

In a Corner of South Korea, a Taste of German Living
By NORIMITSU ONISHI (NYT) News

August 9, 2005
Koizumi Calls Election After Losing Vote on Postal Privatization
By NORIMITSU ONISHI (NYT) News

August 8, 2005
Koizumi Appears Likely to Call Early Election
By NORIMITSU ONISHI (NYT) News

August 8, 2005
Facing Hurdles, Japan's Leader Calls Election
By NORIMITSU ONISHI (NYT) News

August 7, 2005
Facing Opposition on Postal Plan, Japan's Prime Minister Could Call Snap Election
By NORIMITSU ONISHI (NYT) News

SEPTEMBER 8, 2005
In Japan, a disconnected democracy
By Norimitsu Onishi The New York Times

September 7, 2005
Why Japan Seems Content to Be Run by One Party
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

新華社の論調ににているのでは?
"Koizumi Shuffles His Cabinet, Narrowing Field of Successors"
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: November 1, 2005
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/01/international/asia/01japan.html

The Two Koreas Agree to Field a Unified Olympic Team in 2008
By NORIMITSU ONISHI November 2, 2005
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/02/international/asia/02korea.html

Hwang Woo-Sukクローン詐欺で大騒ぎの真っ只中に
Reaching Over Korea' s Divide, a Helping Hand Holds a Bible
By NORIMITSU ONISHI December 19, 2005
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/19/international/asia/19missionary.html


これなんか、チョソの意見そのもの。
South Korea takes close look at past Author: Norimitsu Onishi
South Korea will also look at how its own countrymen collaborated with the colonial rulers to forcibly send laborers to
the far reaches of the Japanese empire and young women to serve as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers.
http://agitprop.org.au/nowar/20050106_no_sk_takes_look_at_past.php

Helping North Koreans Defect Is Easy Part, Missionaries Find
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: December 19, 2005
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/19/international/asia/19missionary.html

Foreign Minister Says Japan Sees Military Threat in China Buildup
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: December 23, 2005

Japan's Population Fell This Year, Sooner Than Expected
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: December 24, 2005

China's Youth Look to Seoul for Inspiration
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: January 3, 2006



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