Another reality here

“I live and work close to nuclear power station Fukushima Daiichi. What influenced me was a chain of actions – earthquake, tsunami, nuclear reactor explosion. Everything was trembling, the chandelier fell down, the road was cleft in two. We really thought that was the end. The most difficult thing these days is the discrimination that we suffer for continuing living here, being so close to the power station. I want my children to play sports, but no other children want to play with them. Many people escaped this land. Before, there were 5500 people living here, and right now, there’s only 1000 including the employees of the power station. So my children play alone, nobody wants their company.”