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· May, 2011

Stories about Japan from May, 2011

Japan: Photoreport of volunteering in Ishinomaki

Japan: Tokyo after the earthquake

Japan: Video Haiku

Japan: Aiding the Aid Workers

After more than two months from the earthquake around 110,000 people are still living in evacuation centers. Along with victims of the disaster, some of the volunteers, doctors and aid...

North Korea: News Resources

Japan: Daniel Kahl “Stop the Hysteria”

“Namazu-e” from Japan: Earthquake catfish prints

Japan: No Nuke Art

Japan: Design Related Reconstruction Assistance Projects

Italy: How technology can help manage emergencies

Asian-African Economic Cooperation

Japan: Holiday in Fukushima

New Japanese site about business in Africa

Japan: Anti-nuclear power demonstrations in Shibuya

Japan: Tarō Okamoto's Mural Hijacked

Japan: Manga artist's Smiles

North Korea: Japanese Drug Dealers Face Trial

Japan: Sanka, Legendary Gypsies Living in the Wild

A documentary has recently revived interest in the existence of the 'Sanka', a group of people who are said to have lived in the remote mountains and plains of the...

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