In 2004, Wangari Maathai, the assistant minister for environment and natural resources of Kenya, became the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.〔【出典】Catch a Wave, 2005年12月9日号◆【出版社】株式会社浜島書店 〕
Wangari Maathai, winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize, visited Japan in mid-February."MB002777", "2550941"
An old, pointed blue hat, that had belonged to some Munchkin, was perched on his head, and the rest of the figure was a blue suit of clothes, worn and faded, which had also been stuffed with straw.〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_OZ-03", "2246758"
When you first sit down, you get yourself some Japanese tea and as much gari （ginger） as you want.〔【出典】『これが分かれば日本通』（田仲邦子著）◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"YA03-058", "2565116"
Some of Minagawa's works that parody famous children's books have names such as "Peter Nyan" （from Peter Pan）, "Hanyaka no OOsama" （from "Hadaka no OOsama," the Japanese title for "The Emperor's New Clothes"）, "Gullinya Travels" （from Gulliver's Travels）, etc.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 2005年8月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT226033", "2452746"
The previous prizewinner in the environmental field was Wangari Maathai of Kenya in 2004.〔【出典】Catch a Wave, 2007年10月26日号◆【出版社】株式会社浜島書店 〕
Kenyan Dr. Wangari MAATHAI, the first environmentalist to win the Nobel Peace Prize, visited Japan in 2005 and was impressed by the term "mottainai."〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 2009年11月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT277008", "2391647"
Ryoichi's works have been so highly regarded worldwide that 11 of his works, including "Peter Nyan" and "Gullinya Travels" have been awarded the bronze prize at the USA 3D Illustrators Awards in the four consecutive years between 1997 to 2000.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 2005年8月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT226033", "2439249"
Wangari Maathai, a prominent Kenyan environmental and political activist and 2004 Nobel prize winner passed away on September 25, 2011.〔【出典】Global Voices Online◆【英文】Lova Rakotomalala ◆【和訳】Nobuko Shimazu ◆【License】CC BY 3.0 〕
Tests were mimeographed when I was in a high school.