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The British Silent Film Symposium 2016

Every year in the middle of Spring, a roomful of silent film geeks (this is a compliment btw) gather at King’s College London for a happy wallow in the world of British silent film. 1,545 more words

BFI

3 young siblings provide help, smiles for quake evacuees

A touching story of three children, themselves evacuees after the Kumamoto earthquakes, who volunteered to help others.

Encouraged by a simple smile or a word of thanks, three young siblings are doing their part to lift morale and provide comfort in a cramped evacuation center here surrounded by destruction and misery.

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Fukushima evacuee Hiroshi Ueno does not want to return to his old house

FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN – Having settled into a new life with his family outside Fukushima prefecture, Mr Hiroshi Ueno has no intention of returning home.

The 51-year-old, who was a florist in Minamisoma city – around 30km north of the Fukushima No. 301 more words

Fukushima

Fukushima evacuee Hiroshi Ueno does not want to return to his old house

FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN – Having settled into a new life with his family outside Fukushima prefecture, Mr Hiroshi Ueno has no intention of returning home.

The 51-year-old, who was a florist in Minamisoma city – around 30km north of the Fukushima No. 300 more words

Japan

Fukushima evacuee Miyuki Satou returns to ground zero - only to serve up piping hot bowls of ramen

FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN – It was about 2pm on a chilly Tuesday but there were no customers in Ms Miyuki Satou’s makeshift shop next to the Naraha town hall office, where she serves up piping hot bowls of ramen and udon. 383 more words

Japan

Fukushima evacuee Miyuki Satou returns to ground zero - only to serve up piping hot bowls of ramen

FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN – It was about 2pm on a chilly Tuesday but there were no customers in Ms Miyuki Satou’s makeshift shop next to the Naraha town hall office, where she serves up piping hot bowls of ramen and udon. 383 more words

Fukushima

High radiation keeps Fukushima evacuee Mitsue Masukura away from home

FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN – Retiree Mitsue Masukura, 63, who used to live in the coastal town of Namie, knows she will not be returning home anytime soon. 331 more words

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