Thursday, February 18, 2010

日経が金姸兒を応援か - Yu-Na Kim is Nikkei’s Favorite?


On the day before the Winter Olympics started in Vancouver, Nikkei Newspaper had a special page to cover the game schedule and they placed 4 photos of athletes. One could easily guess that they were the most talked-about symbolic characters in Japan. Actually, they were Aiko Uemura (Moguls), Nobunari Oda (Figure Skating), Miho Takagi (Speed Skating), and the other was Yu-Na Kim of Korea. Pushing Mao Asada or Miki Ando aside, what would be this deliberation? Could it hint the favoritism of the Chief Editor? I was very curious about the basic stance of their editorial.

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