Monthly Archives: March 2013

Words of a survivor of Hiroshima (Fukushima/Shogi, Part One)

Before the city of Hiroshima turned into atomic ashes, I was a rambunctious little boy of age 8, clothed in a “blue kimono”. I often stood and watched as grown-ups played a Japanese chess game called “Shogi”. What fascinated me … Continue reading

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What the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Fiasco has to do with the Japanese Shogi-Game (Japanese chess)

Having reached the Second Anniversary of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plants fiasco, the recovery or restitution by Japanese Government and Fukushima Power Company are totally unacceptable. While I urge the Government to be transparent and forthright speedy recovery and restitution … Continue reading

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