SHADOWLANDS - an Exhibition in Remembering the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
This coming March, Greenpeace is presenting the Fukushima Anniversary Exhibition, and sincerely invites you to join us in remembering this nuclear disaster.
>Fukushima Anniversary Exhibition<
365 days after the Fukushima nuclear crisis, while life goes on in Hong Kong, Japan is still striving to deal with the aftermath, which will probably last for the next few decades. Nuclear energy is highly dangerous and the effect is long-term and far-reaching. From Chernobyl to Fukushima, it has been proved yet again how nuclear energy can destroy a city and harm our next generations.
Greenpeace aims to inspire the public to reflect on the possibility of a truly energy-efficient future. This exhibition features photo documentation of Fukushima by award-winning Dutch photographer Robert Knoth, and works by local and Japanese artists, who use their creativity and imagination to consider the distance between us and a nuclear future.
There will be a movie sharing session on 5 March (Mon) night, showing documentary film ‘Radioactivists’ which explores the Japanese protest culture under the effects of Fukushima nuclear disaster, while Fukushima mother Nishikata Kanako will sharing her first-hand story after the movie screening.
Get ready for the exhibition, you may: