Can Malaysia still afford to ignore nuclear energy?


On the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear plant accident four years ago today, we weigh in plans for a nuclear energy programme in Malaysia.

On the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear plant accident four years ago today, we weigh in on plans for a nuclear energy programme here.

For many years, Yumiko Sato would delight in the boxes of local fruits and vegetables sent from her grandparents, who owned a small farm and market in their home town in northern Japan. Peaches, cherries, grapes, pumpkins, cucumbers and spinach were often in those boxes.

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