AJAM Presents: Fukushima – A Nuclear Story – Part 1


Al Jazeera America

Published on Mar 3, 2016

Japan is known for its culture and values of honor, trust, and order. In 2011, the largest recorded earthquake in Japan became the catalyst for the nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi power plant. Not only did it affect the people of Japan and the world, it created a time of panic, suspicion, and sense of betrayal from the government. The fallout continues, and Fukushima has been remembered as a changing point in Japan’s history.

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