Sunday 29 October 2017

How hard would it have been to get this right?

The New York Post only had to look it up.

The only way to get it wrong would be to assume that because somebody has a Japanese-sounding name, they must be Japanese.

But why would you do that? Why would you do that in the USA? In New York?


Anonymous said...

There's only one word missing.

The wiki page describes him as

Hikaru Nakamura (ヒカル・ナカムラ Nakamura Hikaru, born December 9, 1987) is a Japanese-American chess grandmaster.


ejh said...

And yet it is the hardest word to forget, unless you were assuming it didn't apply.

Anonymous said...

I rather think that Ray Keene's Chess Oscar for Journalism is in for a stiff challenge this year.
-theblueweasel, Blue and Babel