Japanese protest discharge of radioactive water

Jiang Xueqing in Tokyo | Updated: 2023-08-05 13:30
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Mami Moriya (left), an educator of children with intellectual disabilities, sings a song with her friends during a protest against Japan's plan to discharge nuclear-contaminated water into the ocean in Tokyo on Friday. [Photo by Jiang Xueqing/China Daily]

Japanese people held a new protest in front of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in Tokyo on Aug 4, demonstrating against the government's plan to discharge nuclear-contaminated water of Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean.

Protesters raised concerns over health issues that are likely to arise due to the discharge and said the Japanese government has not taken the responsibility to protect people's lives.

They urged the government and the Tokyo Electric Power Company to openly share accurate data on nuclear-contaminated water with other countries and regions since the ocean discharge affects the future of all life on Earth.

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