After nearly 7 million deaths, Tedros has declared the crisis is over. But WHO's deference to China and the origins...
"People often say 'reconstruction' … Ishinomaki will never return to how it was before the disaster, but it can move forward." — Yusuke Takei
May's world championships will shine the spotlight on 2024 Olympic judo medal hopefuls. Prior to that, a trip to Europe was a good learning experience.
How should people remember the disaster? Nonprofits like 3.11 Memorial Network are helping Tohoku communities convey the lessons and history of March 11, 2011.
The great composer Ryuichi Sakamoto said, "I hope to make music until the final moment." His last concert was watched by more than 60,000 people worldwide.
Ryuichi Sakamoto left an indelible mark on the music industry with his eclectic and innovative style blending Japanese music with modern electronic sounds.
The manga museum became a temporary shelter when Tohoku was hit by the tsunami. Then, once the waters receded, the museum helped rebuild a devastated community.
Twelve years on from the Tohoku earthquake, discover how the Ishinomori Manga Museum brought hope to Ishinomaki in the wake of the March 2011 tsunami.
To say Chikage Oogi was an exceptional woman would be a gross understatement. It seems impossible that one person's life could be marked by so many...
Often a divisive figure, Kenzaburo Oe had a profound understanding of the human condition that only came to those who had suffered much themselves.
We still encounter individuals daily who are elderly, have health concerns, or live with family members who are at high risk of serious illness.
While continuing the recovery from 3.11 at home, Japan should be a country willing to help the people of Ukraine and assist the victims in Turkey...