Michiko Yoshii

Michiko Yoshii is a professor at the Department of International Communication of Okinawa University. She was a professor at the Center for International Education and Research of Mie University. She did her postgraduate work at Paris VII University and the University of Tokyo and earned her Ph.D. Her areas of expertise are Vietnamese anti-war songs, the plight of street children and civil society.

"We've always been opposed to the nuclear power plant, but not even once has the government asked us for our opinion," said Ali Bayrak, the 66-year-old representative of a fishing cooperative, at an outdoor cafe facing Sinop's fishing port.

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Chinese journalist Ma Licheng calls on Japan, China to 'tone down nationalism'
Ma Licheng, a Beijing-based journalist who criticized both Japanese and Chinese nationalism in an essay published in 2002, visited Japan in mid-July and was interviewed by The Asahi Shimbun.
Japan needs to scrap old thinking on environmental cooperation with China
Michiko Yoshii
A conversation with Black Sea fishermen about a nuclear power plant in their backyard
I had the opportunity to visit Istanbul and decided to check out the city of Sinop on the Black Sea coast.
Abe making a mockery of energy policy at the expense of human lives

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