2024年3月31日日曜日

Beriadah Sewaktu Cuti Negara Japan

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13 YEARS SINCE QUAKE - TSUNAMI TRIGGERED NUCLEAR DISASTER - JAPAN

13 YEARS SINCE QUAKE - TSUNAMI TRIGGERED NUCLEAR DISASTER - JAPAN

@Jackie San

Japan on Monday marked 13 years since a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated its northeastern region and triggered one of the world's worst nuclear accidents, with the government vowing to keep the memory of it alive to better respond to current and future disasters.


While recovery has progressed in areas hit by the magnitude-9.0 quake and ensuing tsunami, which claimed the lives of 15,900 people, around 29,000 people are still displaced with cleanup efforts at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant expected to span decades.


In a memorial ceremony held in Fukushima, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he will not let the lessons of the March 11 disaster "fade away" in the quake-prone nation, which most recently saw a powerful temblor shake Ishikawa Prefecture in central Japan on New Year's Day.


"We firmly pledge to create a nation resilient to disasters," he said, vowing to make use of past experiences to deal with calamities including the Jan. 1 quake that also triggered a major tsunami warning.


With the latest quake that hit areas on the Sea of Japan coast killing over 200 people, residents in northeastern Japan expressed sympathy for those affected, recalling their own experiences 13 years ago.


Rio Otomo, a 19-year-old university student, whose house in Rikuzentakata in Iwate Prefecture completely collapsed in the tsunami, said those who lost family and homes in the Jan. 1 quake may not yet be able to see a way forward.


"I believe now is the most difficult time, but a good future will surely come as long as they help each other," Otomo said.


At 2:46 p.m., the exact time the massive quake took place on March 11, 2011, a moment of silence was observed across the severely affected prefectures of Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima to pray for those who lost their lives.


The central government stopped hosting memorial services in Tokyo in 2022, with municipalities in the regions now holding annual events on a smaller scale, including the one Kishida attended.


The latest figures from the National Police Agency put the death toll from the 2011 disaster at 15,900 people as of the end of February, while 2,520 people were still unaccounted for.


While DNA tests of human remains found since last March identified three people, they were not added to the number of deaths because only body parts were discovered. The vast majority of deaths and missing person cases are in the three prefectures.


According to the Reconstruction Agency, as of December last year, deaths related to the disaster, such as from illness or stress-induced suicide, stood at 3,802.


In Minamisanriku, Miyagi Prefecture, its mayor announced earlier this month that a municipal building where 43 people lost their lives in the tsunami will be preserved after a years-long debate on whether to demolish it.


Visiting the building early in the morning, Shinichi Tada, a 54-year-old junior high school teacher who lost a relative there, said the town has "drastically" changed over the 13-year period.


"The town building will teach children who have no memories of the disaster what happened at that time," said Tada.


While efforts to pass down the memories of the disaster to the younger generation continue, the cleanup work at the Fukushima Daiichi plant is an ongoing issue that has stirred controversy in and outside the country.


Since August last year, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. has released treated radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean despite opposition from neighboring countries such as China and concerns among the local fishing industry.


The Japanese government and TEPCO argue that the disposal of the wastewater is a crucial step toward decommissioning the Fukushima plant, which suffered reactor core meltdowns in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami. The water release is expected to last for about 30 years.


Among local fishermen, Takahiro Ohira, 50, said at a port in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, "We will just keep fishing steadily even if treated water is released or reputational damage occurs again."


A no-go zone continues to be in place near the nuclear plant itself, and decommissioning work is scheduled to continue until sometime between 2041 and 2051.


While the number of displaced people has dropped from a peak of 470,000 as a result of infrastructure redevelopment, areas in seven municipalities in Fukushima Prefecture are still designated as off-limits due to radiation.


Consultations received by mental health centers established in the prefectures of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima for those affected by the triple disaster totaled 17,302 in fiscal 2021, indicating continued demand for the service despite decreasing from 23,914 in fiscal 2012.

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2024年3月30日土曜日

NAKATSU (HANKYU) STATION, OITA JAPAN & THINGS TO DO

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#VIRAL - DIPUKUL, DIBUANG DARI TINGKAT 2 PELAJAR KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH MATI DIBUNUH PELAJAR

#VIRAL - DIPUKUL, DIBUANG DARI TINGKAT 2 PELAJAR KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH MATI DIBUNUH PELAJAR

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Amat kecoh baru-baru ini apabila seorang pelajar daripada Kolej Vokasional Lahad Datu, Sabah maut didakwa dibelasah beramai-ramai dalam asrama Kolej Vokasional Sabah.


Terbaharu, menerusi hantaran di platform Facebook, seorang individu telah berkongsi satu hantaran dikatakan kronologi mengenai kejadian tersebut.


MANGSA DIDAKWA DIPUKUL BERAMAI-RAMAI, DIBUANG DARI TINGKAT 2 BLOK ASRAMA LELAKI KV LAHAD DATU, SABAH


Menurut individu tersebut, mangsa dipercayai telah dipukul dan dibuang dari tingkat 2 blok asrama sebelum dibawa masuk ke bilik dorm dan dibiarkan sehingga warden membuat pemeriksaan seperti biasa.


"Dahlah pukul pelajar itu, dibuang sengaja dari tingkat 2 asrama, kemudian dibawa masuk ke bilik dorm, dipakaikan baju sekolah dan stokin konon (seperti biasa) malah dibiarkan sehingga warden datang check seperti biasa. Ini bukan kelakuan manusia normal," kongsi individu tersebut.


HASIL SIASATAN 13 PELAJAR DITAHAN BANTU SIASATAN LANJUT


Dalam pada itu memetik laporan BERNAMA, setakat ini 13 pelajar lelaki berusia antara 16 hingga 19 tahun ditahan bagi membantu siasatan di bawah Seksyen 302 Kanun Keseksaan.


Ketua Polis Daerah Lahad Datu, ACP Dr Rohan Shah Ahmad berkata pihaknya percaya punca kejadian akibat perselisihan faham antara pelajar terbabit dengan pelajar lain yang menghuni asrama berkenaan.


Polis turut meminta orang ramai agar tidak membuat sebarang spekulasi berkaitan kes ini dan pihak polis juga sedang menjalankan siasatan secara terperinci secara telus," jelas beliau.


" Polis turut merampas satu alat pengecas telefon pintar diperayai berkait dengan siasatan kes," tambahnya menerusi kenyataan baru-baru ini.


Sekadar info tambaha, kejadian menyayat hati tersebut berlaku difahamkan di Kolej Vokasional Lahad Datu, Sabah.


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2024年3月29日金曜日

#VIRAL - Yabakei Dam To Nakatsu Shrine You Must Know Before Enter

 

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#VIRAL - PDRM TUBUH PASUKAN KHAS SIASAT KES BUNUH PELAJAR KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH

#VIRAL - PDRM TUBUH PASUKAN KHAS SIASAT KES BUNUH PELAJAR KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH 

@Jackie San

Kota Kinabalu: Polis Sabah sudah menubuhkan pasukan petugas khas (Task Force) bagi membantu siasatan berhubung kes buli sehingga menyebabkan seorang pelajar Kolej Vokasional di Lahad Datu maut.


Pesuruhjaya Polis Sabah, Datuk Jauteh Dikun berkata, pasukan petugas khas berkenaan akan diketuai oleh Timbalan Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah, Siasatan dan Perundangan Sabah, Asisten Komisioner Cyril Edward Nuing @ Hillary.


Katanya, tujuan pasukan ini ditubuhkan adalah bagi memastikan ketelusan siasatan PDRM dalam menangani isu berkaitan kes ini. 


“Tahanan reman akan berakhir 29 Mac ini dan siasatan masih dijalankan mengikut Seksyen 302 Kanun Keseksaan manakala jumlah tahanan setakat ini masih seramai 13 orang.


“Pasukan ini akan memastikan siasatan berjalan dengan cepat, profesional dan teratur,” katanya pada sidang media selepas merasmikan Sambutan Peringatan Hari Polis Ke-217 Kontinjen Sabah di Auditorium Tingkat 5, Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen (IPK) Sabah, di sini.


Jauteh berkata, setakat ini, pihak polis masih belum dapat mengeluarkan laporan penuh berhubung keputusan bedah siasat.


Katanya, ia bagi mengelakkan daripada timbulnya sebarang spekulasi yang boleh mengganggu siasatan polis.


“Proses bedah siasat sudah dilaksanakan, namun bagi mengelakkan sebarang spekulasi, pihak polis masih belum dapat didedahkan.


“Selain daripada itu, beberapa individu termasuk warden dan pelajar lain sudah dipanggil untuk rakaman percakapan,” katanya.


Sementara itu, Jauteh menasihati orang ramai terutamanya pelajar sekolah supaya tidak melakukan sebarang jenayah termasuk buli.


Katanya, insiden kali ini diharap dapat memberikan kesedaran tinggi kepada semua pihak bukan saja pengurusan sekolah tetapi juga Persatuan Ibu Bapa Guru (PIBG) di setiap sekolah.


“Polis akan sentiasa bekerjasama dan memberi bantuan diperlukan bagi mengelakkan kejadian seperti ini kembali berlaku,” katanya.


Terdahulu, pelajar berumur 17 tahun itu ditemukan dalam keadaan tidak sedarkan diri oleh warden asrama yang bertugas jam 6.50 pagi, pada 22 Mac lalu.


Pelajar Kolej Vokasional Lahad Datu dalam program Bioteknologi itu disahkan meninggal dunia di tempat kejadian oleh pihak Hospital Lahad Datu yang hadir untuk memberikan rawatan kecemasan.


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Things To Do Oita Nakatsu Japan One Day Itinery

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2024年3月28日木曜日

KEJAM - DITUDUH CURI RM 85 PELAJAR KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH DIBUNUH

VIRAL - DITUDUH CURI RM 85 PELAJAR KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH DIBUNUH

@Jackie San

LAHAD DATU, SABAH (23 MAC 2024): Siasatan polis mendapati isu kehilangan wang menjadi punca perselisihan faham antara pelajar Kolej Vokasional Lahad Datu di sini hingga mengakibatkan kematian Mohammad Nazmie Aizzat Mohd Narul Azwan, 17, semalam.

Ketua Polis Daerah Lahad Datu ACP Dr Rohan Shah Ahmad berkata ia berikutan dua pelajar kolej vokasional itu masing-masing kehilangan wang RM50 serta RM35, dan mangsa kemudian dituduh sebagai pencuri seterusnya mengakibatkan perselisihan faham itu.
"Mangsa kemudian dipukul hingga mati. Bagaimanapun polis masih menunggu laporan penuh bedah siasat daripada Jabatan Forensik Hospital Lahad Datu bagi mengenal pasti punca sebenar kematian mangsa," katanya menerusi kenyataan di sini hari ini.


Semalam dilaporkan Nazmie Aizzat ditemukan meninggal dunia dalam keadaan terbaring di atas lantai bilik asrama di Kolej Vokasional pada 6.50 pagi, dengan kesan kecederaan serta lebam di beberapa bahagian badan.

Sementara itu, Rohan Shah berkata 13 pelajar lelaki kolej vokasional tersebut berumur antara 16 hingga 19 tahun yang ditahan bagi membantu siasatan kes tersebut semalam, telah direman enam hari seperti dibenarkan Mahkamah Majistret di sini hari ini.

"Polis turut merampas 12 telefon pintar milik suspek bagi membantu siasatan dan kesemua suspek didapati bebas penyalahgunaan dadah," katanya.

Beliau berkata polis turut mengambil keterangan 12 saksi bebas terdiri daripada empat warden asrama, pengawal keselamatan serta beberapa pelajar kolej terbabit.
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2024年3月27日水曜日

GUIDE THINGS TO DO IN OITA, JAPAN

 
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FILM POSES MORAL QUESTIONS ABOUT 2011 FUKUSHIMA DISASTER DISPLACEMENT - JAPAN

FILM POSES MORAL QUESTIONS ABOUT 2011 FUKUSHIMA DISASTER DISPLACEMENT - JAPAN

@Jackie San


A new documentary that questions whether it is right to sacrifice a community's way of life for the betterment of the wider public has revealed the turmoil and hardships faced by those who were displaced in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster.


"Tsushima -- Fukushima Speaks Part 2 --," directed by freelance journalist Toshikuni Doi, features the testimonies of people seeking the return of their hometown, which was deemed uninhabitable for a century after the world's worst nuclear accident since the 1986 Chernobyl meltdown occurred.


The documentary explores the story of a minority group that must endure suffering for the happiness and convenience of others, a theme of global resonance, with Doi, 71, explaining that the film focuses on the impact the accident had on the daily lives of people forced to leave their homes.


Their hometown, Tsushima district in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, is some 30 kilometers from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which was crippled by the massive earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011. Most of its 1,400 former residents remain unable to return due to the contamination left behind by radioactive materials.


The 187-minute film, whose version with English subtitles will be available online for one week from March 11 for audiences outside Japan, delves into people's memories of their hometown, with many expressing deep affection for their tight-knit community, where the rural setting meant residents were close to each other.


"Many people don't care much about nuclear issues," Doi said in an interview with Kyodo News. "But if the film can show the impact the accident had on people's lives and what they thought about being driven away and losing their hometown, the audience will be drawn to it, even if they are not deeply interested in such issues."


Many of the film's 18 interviewees -- who took part in Doi's project of preserving disaster victims' testimonies for future generations -- have special feelings for their hometown. Some shed tears as they spoke about their personal histories and how their lives were changed irrevocably following the disaster.


The film begins with Yoshito Konno, who was among those told by officials of the plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc., and the central government in the fall of 2011 that people from Tsushima would likely be unable to return "for the next 100 years."


"People were speechless," Konno, 79, says in the film, continuing to say that it made him think there would be "no one left after 100 years," which prompted him to start compiling records on the histories of families who had lived in the area.


Kano Sudo, 72, lived in poverty with three children after she divorced her estranged husband. She worked hard at local factories to support her children, but even buying daily rice was a struggle.


"I had even thought about (suicide) with my three children," she admits in the film, adding that she was only able to get through those times "because of the help of those around us."


Her neighbors, she says, would routinely feed her kids and watch over them, to prevent them from being led astray as they grew up.


"I had no money, but there was the joy of being alive," she says. "I hit rock bottom in Tsushima, but it was the people of Tsushima who helped me get back on my feet."


Stressing how frustrated she felt after evacuating to the city of Fukushima, Sudo shares how lonely it felt to have no one to talk to, and how she would often end up remaining at home by herself during the day.


Her grandsons' lives were also dramatically changed for the worse after the nuclear disaster, with two of them facing discrimination and bullying after they were transferred to a new elementary school.


"They didn't see me as a human being," Hayato Sudo, 21, says in the film, noting that not only the other students but also the teachers refrained from approaching evacuees at the school. "They looked at me like I was something dirty because of the radiation," he explains.


One day in school, Hayato found the word "stupid" scribbled on his notebook, but his teacher told him he probably wrote it himself.


"I couldn't speak about (my experiences) to anyone, because no one would help me," Hayato says, adding that he did not want to go to school while his health continued to deteriorate. "I want to forget what happened, but I also feel I want to hold on to my memories."


Known for his extensive coverage of Palestinian issues, Doi spent around 10 months documenting people's testimonies from the spring of 2021, capturing Tsushima throughout the four seasons and its abandoned houses surrounded by pockets of nature. It was the sequel to his previous documentary, "Fukushima Speaks," which covered a larger segment of the prefecture's population.


The new film also shows how people used to live in Tsushima before the disaster -- families working in rice fields or holding festivals together -- and includes footage of a traditional rice-planting dance passed down through generations.


"This is not a film that avoids nuclear power," Doi said. "I hope people get a sense of the impact the nuclear accident had through the loss of these people's precious things, as well as why they were forced to live like this."


Referring to the sacrifices made by the former residents of Tsushima, Doi suggested it is analogous to those in Okinawa Prefecture shouldering the burden of hosting the bulk of U.S. military facilities for the sake of Japan's security.


During the film, Hidenori Konno, the 76-year-old leader of a group of plaintiffs who sought damages from TEPCO and the state, and the restoration of their hometown to its original condition, calls into question the justification for upending the lives of a few for the greater economic benefit of the many.


In July 2021, a district court ordered the government and TEPCO to pay compensation totaling some 1 billion yen ($7 million) to 634 plaintiffs, while rejecting calls for their hometown's restoration. The plaintiffs have appealed the ruling.


"From an economic utility standpoint, the best policy would be to transfer us to another place and set up a compensation system so that we can make a living," rather than spending massive amounts of the state's budget so that some hundreds of Tsushima residents can return home, Konno says.


But he goes on to argue it is wrong to sever the local residents' ties to their former community while denying their basic rights to joy and fulfillment as human beings -- in effect, turning a blind eye to the damage done to each individual whose life was upended.


"It is not only about Tsushima," Konno says. "This issue should be common to all of Japan and the whole world."


The film was released in Tokyo on March 2 and will be followed by screenings in other major cities, including Osaka and Aichi prefectures.

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2024年3月26日火曜日

HonYabakei The Place For Hiking Trails, Walking Paths and Hot Springs, Japan

  
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AFTER AVALANCHE HITS BACKCOUNTRY SKIERS 2 DEAD IN HOKKAIDO JAPAN

AFTER AVALANCHE HITS BACKCOUNTRY SKIERS 2 DEAD IN HOKKAIDO JAPAN 


@Jackie San


An avalanche hit a group of backcountry skiers, believed to be foreigners, on a mountain in Hokkaido on Monday, leaving two of them dead, police said.


Rescue authorities received an emergency call around 11 a.m. reporting that individuals had been struck by an avalanche on Mt Yotei, which stands at 1,898 meters and spans towns including Kutchan and Niseko.


The snowslip hit three people of the party of six on the northern slope, slightly above the middle point between the peak and the foot of the mountain, they said.


A man who survived the hit reported pain around his shoulder. He and the remaining three people returned from the mountain shortly after 1:30 p.m., informing authorities that the avalanche occurred around 10 a.m.


An avalanche alert was not in effect for Mt Yotei around the time of the disaster, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency's Sapporo Regional Headquarters.

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2024年3月25日月曜日

WHY WE NEED HAPPINIES AND DO PARTY?

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KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH PELAJAR MATI DIBUNUH - 12 PELAJAR TERMASUK WARDEN DISIASAT

KOLEJ VOKASIONAL LAHAD DATU SABAH PELAJAR MATI DIBUNUH - 12 PELAJAR TERMASUK WARDEN DISIASAT

"Kes Pelajar Mati Dipukul Lahad Datu, Sabah: KPM Tidak Kompromi! Minta Hormati Privasi Keluarga Mangsa"

@Jackie San


KEMENTERIAN Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM) menegaskan pihaknya tidak akan berkompromi berhubung kes kematian seorang pelajar lelaki yang dipukul rakan di sebuah vokasional dekat Lahad Datu, Sabah.


Dalam satu kenyataan, KPM memaklumkan kerjasama penuh akan diberikan terhadap siasatan dalam kes berkenaan.


“KPM menzahirkan rasa dukacita dan ucapan takziah kepada keluarga Muhd Nazmie Aizat Muhd Narul Azman, pelajar kolej vokasional di Sabah yang telah meninggal dunia.


“Pada masa sama, KPM menyeru semua pihak untuk menghormati privasi keluarga mangsa.


“KPM tidak berkompromi dengan salah laku buli di semua institusi pendidikan di bawah kelolaannya,” menurut kenyataan itu pada Sabtu.


Pada masa sama, KPM memaklumkan pihaknya akan turut menawarkan sokongan psikososial terhadap keluarga mangsa, pelajar, guru dan seluruh warga kolej berkenaan.


Pada Jumaat, seorang remaja lelaki ditemui mati di bilik asramanya selepas dipercayai dibelasah rakannya.


Mangsa yang juga pelajar kolej berkenaan, Muhd Nazmie Aizat Muhd Narul Azwan, 17, ditemui dalam keadaan tidak sedarkan diri oleh warden asrama yang bertugas pada pukul 6.50 pagi.


Susulan daripada itu, Ketua Polis Daerah Lahad Datu, Asisten Komisioner Dr Rohan Shah Ahmad seramai 13 pelajar lelaki berusia 16 dan 19 tahun ditahan.


Polis turut merampas satu alat pengecas telefon pintar yang dipercayai berkait dengan siasatan kes ini.


Kes disiasat mengikuti Seksyen 302 Kanun Keseksaan kerana membunuh. — Majoriti


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