Is food coming from Fukushima really safe?
Since the nuclear meltdown Japanese citizens are extremely suspicious about their government institutions and what they consider 'safe'. Two years after, the video looks into the fears, confusion and the culture of mistrust in light of the ongoing nuclear crisis and what may or may not be the effects of radiation in food sold all over Japan. Check out the shorter version and statement on the Times website.
A teaser for a new documentary web series. Coming soon!
Calligraphy artist Denise Luc about copying, visual expressions and embracing the unintentional elements of art.
This is the story of one of the oldest known forms of theater in Japan, performed in one of Asia’s most famous crossroads.
On March the 11th 2011, Noh flutist and one of Japan’s Living National Treasures Jiro Fujita was giving a workshop in Uzbekistan, while Japan was hit by the earthquake. Not able to return, Fujita stayed in Uzbekistan for several weeks and felt he was hosted with great kindness and was immensely inspired by the beauty of Samarkand. He made a decision to return and offer two special performances dedicated to the people and the place.
Most of the stories we tell have familiar patterns. And if you ask Kurt Vonnegut, you can easily take the clichés one step further and draw them as mathematical shapes.
A short video report about the Turkish community's reactions in Germany to the protests at Taksim Square.
A Originally appeared on the Israeli global news magazine "Haolam Halayla".