A Little Box of Milk
On the 11th March 2011, the most powerful earthquake to have hit Japan occurred. The tsunami associated with the earthquake caused a nuclear catastrophe in the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant and two years on, the leakage of radioactive materials continues to pose an invisible threat to the lives of the people. My mother regularly sends cartons of long-life milk made in Okayama to my nephews in Tokyo because Okayama is quite a distance away from Fukushima. Much of the milk sold in Tokyo is said to come from the Tohoku area, potentially still contaminated by radiation. I have put together pieces showing the way in which this earthquake had a huge variety of long-term effects, giving rise to a potentially never ending story.
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