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· April, 2011

Stories about Japan from April, 2011

Japan: Netizens react to the arrest of an Englishman

Japan: Tohoku Earthquake as seen through Twitter

Brazil/Japan: Bridge Blogging Post-Earthquake News

Japan: “Nuclear Power Mafia”

France, Japan: Debating President Sarkozy's Visit to Japan

When French President Nicolas Sarkozy visited Japan on March 31, 2011, less than three weeks after the earthquake and tsunami that caused a nuclear emergency, Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan...

Japan: Living near a nuclear reactor

Interview with Gaël Brassac, Global Voices Translator

Translators are the behind-the-scenes contributors who allow Global Voices readers to access our content in other languages. One of them is Gaël Brassac who lives in France, but who always...

Japan: Quakebook, a book born on Twitter

Japan: A Japanese medical aid worker's diary

Fukushima: Public Criticism and a Rising Anger

Open protests against Tepco as operator and the government as monitor had been relatively muted until recently, but this has now changed. For many foreigners however, used to much bigger...

Video: Checking out the BOBs Video Channel Nominees

The Deutsche Welle International Blog Awards, known as The BOBs are one of the most important awards for content producers online. One of their 17 categories is the award for...

Japan: Earthquake catfish prints

Japan: The only native Japanese Imam in Tokyo

Japan: Journalist Takashi Uesugi exposes Tepco and govt lies

Japan: “The Fear of Magnitude 0″

In the wake of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake which hit Japan, changing forever the lives of so many people, popular writer Keiya Mizuno decided to use words as a means...

Japan: SOS from a city near Fukushima nuclear plant

Japan: Plutonium, Our Reliable Friend

Japan: Machine Civilization

Japan: JPRI Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund

Russia: Tatarstan People's Message to Japan

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