Shohei Yoshida lives in Fukushima where radiation levels are still extremely high. He also works for TEPCO at the nuclear power plant that was badly damaged during the Japanese Tsunami. The nuclear power plant continues to release more than 1 million becquerels of radioactive material a day.
Shohei has a family and is torn between protecting them from dangerous radiation and providing for them by continuing to work at the nuclear power plant.
Aljazeera's Steve Chao reports from Fukushima, Japan
Shot and Edited by Matthew Allard on a Sony PMW-F3
Produced by Aya Asakura
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