Lisa Mullins talks to Miho, a resident of Tokyo, about how she and her family have been coping in the aftermath of the earthqake and tsunami in Japan, and now with the warning about radiation detected in Tokyo's tap water.
Anchor Lisa Mullins talks to Japanese scholar Donald Keene who is retiring from Columbia University after teaching for 56 years. Keene wrote many books on Japanese culture and has earned accolades from the Japanese government for his expertise.
Former British servicemen and officials may have passed on to Japan intelligence and training that might have aided the attack on Pearl Harbor. Producer Paul Elston tells host Aaron Schachter about the apparent espionage.
A 7.3-magnitude quake struck off Japan's eastern coast on Friday, it triggered a tsunami alert in the same region of northeastern Japan that was devastated by last year's massive quake and tsunami. The Geo Quiz wants you to name that region.
Two years after the Fukushima tsunami and nuclear disaster, life is still far from normal for survivors. Anxiety over radiation and discrimination is now causing mental health problems and a slew of social problems from divorce to suicide.