(Translation from English to Chinese)
Herbert Ziegler on Sex-slaves
"Japan's Foreign Ministry has already attempted to persuade both McGraw-Hill and Herbert Ziegler, the University of Hawaii professor who wrote the paragraphs, to change the wording, and was rebuffed by both. Professor Ziegler last month told The Washington Post that he viewed the request as "an infringement of my freedom of speech and my academic freedom.""
日本外务省试图劝说McGraw-Hill 和 Herbert Ziegler（文章作者，夏威夷大学教授）更改言语，但是被两人拒绝。Ziegler教授上个月对华盛顿邮报说：他对这些请求视为对言论自由和学术自由的侵犯。
His scholarship is off. I do not know if this is merely from poor scholarship, or if Professor Ziegler has some agenda. I have never spoken or communicated with Ziegler. If Professor Ziegler is academically honest, he will admit that his paragraphs are in error. There is no evidence that 200,000 women were taken in the way Ziegler describes. He is merely repeating talking points that have no basis in fact. He might have conducted his scholarship on Wikipedia.
This damages the prestige of McGraw-Hill. If the publisher correct this error, that is fine and can be forgotten. But if they do not correct this, McGraw-Hill will lose credibility, and that will be remembered.