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Its news reports were the most informative and its essays and opinion pieces represented the cream of Japanese and expatriate intellectual life and scholarship.

Chronicle writers and editors demonstrated a sure grasp of contemporary events, and two of its three editors were, in their day, among the most perceptive writers on Japan anywhere.

Historians of East Asia have long seen the Japan Chronicle as a uniquely valuable resource.

This well-informed, controversial but always readable source of news and opinion on Japan and East Asia offers an intriguing and lively Japanese complement to the North-China Herald Online.

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Paul recently won the 2011 Best Music Award from the International Documentary Association for his score for the film, “Better this World.” Brill recently collaborated with Rock legends U2 on the HBO film, “Burma Soldier,” composing a new string arrangement for an acoustic version of their classic song, “Walk On.” He scored the hit documentary, “Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work” (IFC), the widely-acclaimed “Page One: Inside the NY Times” (Magnolia), as well as Christy Turlington Burns’ directorial debut, “No Woman, No Cry” (OWN), on which he collaborated with songwriter Martha Waignwright, and the film adaptation of the best-selling book, “Freakonomics” (Magnolia).

He is also the composer for dozens of TV series and films for A&E, MTV, The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), History Channel, National Geographic, The Sundance Channel and ESPN, among others.

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