New York Times reporter. Foodie, bookworm. Part of Pulitzer Prize-winning & nominated teams, 2013 & 2012. Previously based in Tokyo.
Fukushima chief feared nuclear doom for east Japan japantimes.co.jp/news/2014/08/3… NYT on Yoshida & those chaotic hours nyti.ms/MEtOiy
RT @BillyMallard: In #Iwaki near #Fukushima ground zero, an uneasy boom. Tensions between locals and compensated evacuees reut.rs/1wUzWJD .@Reuters
RT @AJWasahi: Core of 'comfort women' issue remains unchanged digital.asahi.com/articles/ASG8X…
This is such a geeky good idea to get more people to take the stairs. From Tokyo via @gfasol pic.twitter.com/eSpo2ssfdA
At the gorgeous, storied Jane Hotel, which hosted the survivors of the Titanic in 1912 pic.twitter.com/FWXY8AhBRD
@AllanDwyer @Kishakishi @alanatpaterra we now tend to distinguish btwn businessman (successul/global/entrepreneur etc) & salaryman (not).
RT @profLind: Distressed by yet another damaging Abe gesture. Chinese FM is right on here. gu.com/p/4x4dp/tw via @guardian @justinmccurry
@AllanDwyer @Kishakishi @alanatpaterra Jpnse Wikipedia wd agree it is 侮蔑的なニュアンスでサラリーマン..が用いられることもありそれを避けるためにビジネスマンと呼ぶ ja.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%82%B5…
@AllanDwyer @Kishakishi It is, esp when used in Eng. Implies legions of indistinguishable workers. In J, word once had luster but no longer.
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