Saturday, 17 August 2019
For latest information on the charity drive, have a look at the Pink Hibiscus Club. That's the website for the Centre for Penang-Japanese Culture. They are still looking for contributions for food for sale, items such as books, accessories, toys,...
Good to see folks in Penang doing something concrete for the disaster victims in Japan. This event is genuine: I am told the organisers had a press conference with the Penang Chief Minister and the Japanese Consulate General...
This email from a mailing list was forwarded to me and I thought I would share it with you. It provides a unique description of what life is like for quake and tsunami survivors in Japan on the ground...
There is no truth behind an sms message making the rounds that radiation has hit the Philippines and may affect other Asian countries. Meanwhile, Japanese officials have played down health concerns after a third reactor at Fukushima lost its...
A second explosion has struck the Fukushima nuclear plant, raising fresh fears of emissions of radioactive gas. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiFbp4c03WA?rel=0&w=480&h=390] Such radioactive releases could last months, according to The New York Times: As the scale of Japan’s nuclear crisis begins to come...