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[November 29 AFP] by the appeal court of the lawsuit which the Taiwan indigenous people’s woman was asking for reparations noting that NHK has honor damaged by having used in the program the word “human zoo”, Tokyo High Court reversed judgment of the first instance, and gave the judgment which it is ordered to pay NHK 1 million yen on the 28th.
According to the ? report, Presiding Judge Noriaki Sudo (Noriaki Sudo) said that NHK used language “with serious racially discriminatory implications.”
that from which the program in question took up the “Japanese-English exposition” held in English London (London) in 1910 according to ? Jiji Press (Jiji Press) and Kyodo News (Kyodo News).
The Japanese government says that it took as exhibition several indigenous people of Taiwan which contains a plaintiff woman’s father in the exposition.
Although ? Taiwan was under the colony in Japan those days, exhibiting the race by which a distant place is hardly known was generally performed among great-Western-powers countries of those days.
Expression called ? human being zoo suggests that it is not civilization-like [ the Taiwan indigenous people’s pie one (Paiwan) people ].
Tokyo Shimbun (Tokyo Shimbun) reported that Presiding Judge Sudo indicated in the decision that this word was repeated and used, without considering that there is a meaning with discriminatory NHK.
?NHK will receive coverage of AFP on the 29th — a declaration — “– I am sorry for our opinion not to be accepted.
It was said that the contents of judgment are examined and it opts for future correspondence.”