This is the second in a series of interviews.

After the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident in northeast Japan (Tohoku) in 2011, I – like many others – read all the news I could find. The one thing that struck me was how politically biased all the information was, especially when it had to do with the Fukushima power plant.

This is the reason I started the Life after the Tohoku Earthquake project: I want people that think they have something to say about the catastrophe and how it relates to them, to tell me their story. Those people don't have to be victims, they don't even need to live in Japan.

This is a small but earnest project and it is ongoing. If you think you have something to say or know somebody that does, please contact me via the contact link at

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