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    1. Japan must repeatedly say sorry to China, Korea and the other countries it invaded in the 20th century until its former victims have heard the apology enough, novelist Haruki Murakami has said. "The issue of historical understanding carries great significance, and I believe it is important that Japan makes straightforward apologies," he told Kyodo News in an interview in Tokyo earlier this month...

    2. Foreign book prize reveals shortlist

      BBC NewsApr 09 03:31 AM

      Japanese writer Haruki Murakami makes the shortlist for 2015's Independent Foreign Fiction Prize, alongside newly-translated authors from Equatorial Guinea and Colombia.

    3. The fascist pasts of Germany and Japan stand as an indelible warning to others. No nation that hopes to overcome its historical crimes can afford to forget them Over the past week two events have brought the question of guilt and shame arising from the actions of a nation to the surface once again. The death of Günter Grass – whose entire literary body of work was centred around the idea of ...

    4. Japanese novelist is joined by Nigeria’s Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in famous ranking of the people ‘shaping the future’ Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami has been named one of the world’s 100 most influential people by Time magazine, backed by Yoko Ono as “a valuable voice for peace” as Japan’s government becomes “more conservative”. Alongside Pope Francis, Kanye West, Kim Jong-un and Hillary ...

    5. Murakami says Japan must apologise 'repeatedly'

      Asia News NetworkApr 17 10:46 PM

      Japan must say it's sorry repeatedly to China and the other countries it invaded in the 20th century until its former victims have heard the apology enough times, according to novelist Haruki Murakami

    6. The good news: There are a couple of novelists in the Time 100 , the magazine's annual list of the most influential people in the world.

    7. TOKYO - Japan must repeatedly say sorry to China, Korea and the other countries it invaded in the 20th century until its former victims have heard the apology enough, novelist Haruki Murakami has said. "The issue of historical understanding carries great significance, and I believe it is important that Japan makes straightforward apologies," he told Kyodo News in an interview in Tokyo earlier ...

    8. Japan must say it's sorry repeatedly to China and the other countries it invaded in the 20th century until its former victims have heard the apology enough times, according to novelist Haruki Murakami.

    9. Japan's Abe Loses TIME 100 Slot to Novelist, Professional Tidier

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceApr 18 01:12 AM

      Abe lost his spot even as Chinese President Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s Dear Leader, remained on the TIME 100. Abe was the only Japanese representative in 2014, while this year there are two: novelist Haruki Murakami and Marie Kondo, a professional organizer. Kondo has already published four books in Japan on clearing clutter from people’s lives and the first English translation ...

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