Monthly Archives: March 2011
Mike started work this week so I’ve been doing a lot of things on my own around Oyama. Aside from errands, I’m now a solo diner. There’s a 24 hour ramen shop across from us that we frequent quite often … Continue reading
This is an open letter I will be sending to the publications who have produced bad journalism concerning the earthquake & its aftermath in Japan. To the media, I write to you as an American citizen and former news reporter … Continue reading
In an otherwise stressful, worry-filled week, we did a few fun things. Last Monday (3/14/10) was White Day in Japan. We originally planned to go to Tokyo Disneyland that day, but stayed local on account of the earthquake. Mike and … Continue reading
Found this informative article thanks to TimeOutTokyo’s twitter feed: “Top UK Scientist Lays Out His Fukushima Worst Case Scenario” at BusinessInsider.com. More updates as they come.
I’m not the only one noticing the biased reporting about the earthquake. There’s a wiki cooperative dedicated to recording some of the bad reporting about the earthquake named the Journalist Wall of Shame: You’ll see links to some of the … Continue reading