shinbun The main reason for the decrease of numbers of the evacuees is that most of them decided to return to their homes after the electricity were back on, or some decided to go to their relatives' homes.None of the town folks of Futaba, is unable to return home because their town is within the area of 20km evacuation zone.Today they were transferred from Saitama's super sport stadium to an ex-school building now turned into an evacuation centre.It's their third move.One said 'Many can go home, but we can't.We've lost absolutly everything'.
Tepco asked for help from France, their knowledge and expertise in Nuclear energy. This is apparently a very unusual move and according to Japanese source(sankei shinbun)that France and Japan always had a close relationship in the field of nuclear development. The nuclear rod used in the reactor NO.3 was transported from France in 1999.
Once again, more than 10,000 people- possibly 20,000 died just within a day.This blog I decided to do, cannot be finished with an upbeat tone.It's too sad.
Iodine level in tap water in Tokyo area has fallen, says the government and Media.
Still very long way to go, those guys are costing their lives and health to save millions.While Tokyo Electric Power Co are getting all the criticisms and blames, people still endure the hardship.One thing I need to correct from the yesterday's news- the dolphin which was saved from a paddy field was in fact a sunameli porpoise and was saved by volunteers who were searching for dogs and cats, not the locals.I found this correct article in today's Independent, not the same Japanese news source which said dolphin.As far as I know they haven't said that they have mistaken(guess not so important).
present them that there are many options and genres in creative industries that illustrators could lead into.Not necessary in the UK only.Options are also in abroad with internet.
There are far less people in the streets and there are queues emerging for the food in front of shops.
Never seen before in the capital. Those who would like to donate please visit http://www.redcross.org.uk/ Many many thanks.
The government ordered temporary halts on the
electricity usages in other parts of Japan, to save the energy and
deliver it to the regions in need of it.
I buy some UK newspapers since the disaster struck and the cover of Independent on Sunday especially touched me.
the covering ceiling.The reactor was safe and unharmed.The pressure is falling since.
(They are just my views.Don't forward it to people as information)