Title: Crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant needs international help Source: South China Morning Post (Subscription may be required) Date: Oct. 29, 2013
Japan has a history of struggling to face up to the past. So, whether it has the crisis at the stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima under control, as it claims, has to . . . → Read More: Top Hong Kong Newspaper: Fukushima is a global threat — Global response urgently needed — Situation could prove catastrophic for world
Title: World must act to stop Fukushima nuclear discharge Source: China Daily (China’s largest English-language newspaper) Author: Yu Zhirong, Shanghai Center for Japanese Studies Date: October 5, 2013
World must act to stop Fukushima nuclear discharge
[...] In July 2012, Alaskan seals exhibited inexplicable hemorrhage phenomena and signs of immunity deficiency. Scientists suspected the . . . → Read More: “Post-Fukushima Horror”: Severe impacts on oceanic environment — An unpredictable amount of damage to Pacific — Fundamental to reproduction of humans — Japan’s simply dumping nuclear waste into sea
Title: Ban all fish from Japan to ease fears, says food expertSource: South China Morning PostAuthor: Candy Chan, Amy NipDate: September 10, 2013
Ban all fish from Japan to ease fears, says food expert
Hong Kong should ban fish products from all of Japan in response to public fears of contamination from ongoing leaks . . . → Read More: Expert: “Ban all fish from Japan” — Cesium-137 absorbed by human body has 30 year half-life
Title: International help, political solutions for irradiated water Source: The China Post Date: Sept. 9, 2013
[...] In addition to the 300 tons that TEPCO is unable to capture in its storage tanks every day, reports on Aug. 20 of the leak of one of the tanks, with the escape of roughly 300 tons . . . → Read More: “Seawater is being poisoned at a continuous rate” from Fukushima plant — Source of life on which our lives depend is being corrupted
Title: Commentary: Japanese gov’t has to shoulder responsibilities over toxic water leakage in Fukushima Source: Xinhua (China’s official press agency) Authors: Liu Tian, Zhang Cheng Date: Aug 23, 2013
[...] it is the time for the Japanese government to shoulder more responsibilities to address the global concerns. [...]
Studies showed that radioactive substances have . . . → Read More: Official Chinese Press: Fukushima contamination is “serious international environmental issue” — Crisis concerns the core interests of people who share the planet
China Daily, March 21, 2013: China’s maritime authority said on Wednesday that to date there are no direct threats to China’s territorial waters posed by pollution from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plants.
China’s exclusive economic zone
Xinhua, March 20, 2013: [...] some contamination has been monitored in China’s exclusive economic zone in the . . . → Read More: Fukushima nuclear materials reported off China coast near Taiwan — Official: “The authority will publish relevant information in a timely manner once any threat is detected”
Title: China authorities demand nuke plant halt: ReportSource: ZeeNewsDate: Thursday, February 09, 2012, 22:49 Authorities in eastern China have demanded that construction on a nuclear power station be stopped immediately; saying residents in the quake-prone area are in danger, state media reported on Thursday.
[...] the demand is considered highly unusual. [...]
Wangjiang officials . . . → Read More: “Highly Unusual”: Authorities demand stop to construction of new reactors — Officials worried releases of gas and toxic liquids will severely affect nearby residents -Chinese Media
Title: China denies nuclear accident Source: Telegraph Author: By David Eimer Date: 3:14PM GMT 27 Jan 2012
A report from Japan’s Atomic Energy Agency said the China Experimental Fast Reactor (CEFR) stopped generating electricity in October following an accident. [...]
the incident sparked alarm [in Japan] and in South Korea over the prospect of . . . → Read More: Telegraph: Accident at China nuclear reactor says Japan gov’t — Alarm over prospect of radiation leak — Uses highly enriched uranium Cover-up denied
Excessive Radiation Found in Sea Organisms Near Japan’s Nuke Plant, Xinhua, August 24, 2011:
Biological samples taken from waters in the Western Pacific region east of Fukushima, Japan show excessive radiation levels, said a statement from China’s State Oceanic Administration on Wednesday.
The administration suggested that government agencies intensify radiation testing of marine products . . . → Read More: Argentum-110m detected in marine life: China researchers — All water samples contain strontium-90
Radioactive materials from Japan found in China’s waters, Xinhua, August 15, 2011:
China’s State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said last Friday (Aug 12) that waters in China have been affected by the radioactive materials leaked from the crippled nuclear power plant in Fukushima.
Last month, the SOA said in a statement that the level of . . . → Read More: Xinhua: Gov’t says “waters in China have been affected by the radioactive materials” from Fukushima — Contamination levels higher than what Japan claims
“Experts have so far been unable to explain why their radiation levels were so high as they are not believed to have been close to the stricken plant” . . . → Read More: Person living 170 miles from Fukushima shows “dangerously high radiation levels”