The Kishida-Xi talks didn't touch on China's detention of Japanese nationals, the situation in the East China Sea or Beijing's military activities around Japan.
New testing by the IAEA involves laboratories from Canada, China, and South Korea, aiming to settle remaining concerns about Fukushima's treated water release.
TEPCO's team is raising flounder in treated water and its tests confirm the tritium stays well below international standards without accumulating in the fish.
The US Ambassador says that like-minded countries must collaborate closely and enhance deterrence in order to counter China's increasingly coercive actions.
At the International Atomic Energy Agency's annual meet, China called Japan’s treated water discharge “nuclear-contaminated.” No countries backed its position.
As Mitsubishi stops making cars in China, business leaders express concern about cutthroat competition and anti-foreigner sentiment.
President Yoon Suk-yeol is congenial towards Japan. However, other leading figures in South Korea are being courted by China, creating a dilemma for PM Kishida.
Dr Lee Wooyoun discusses the best seller "Anti-Japan Tribalism" highly acclaimed for its academic rigor, the reaction of Korean leftists, and the Korean public.
At the sushi and sake event on Capitol Hill, Congressman Mike Gallagher stated, "The Chinese boycott of Japanese seafood is groundless economic coercion."
The US and Japan hope to maintain trade in high-value scallops and other products by processing seafood exports in Vietnam, Thailand, and Taiwan.
Japan can help its fishing industry become a powerhouse again by boosting domestic consumption and developing new sales channels overseas other than China.
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