Dr. César Chelala, a winner of an Overseas Press Club of America award, writes extensively on human rights issues.
Japan is aiming to open a gigantic new solar plant in Tomakomai on the north island of Hokkaido, which would be the largest in the country.
A least one person was killed in a storm that swept across Japan on Tuesday, according to local reports.
Radiation levels inside a reactor at Japan’s beleaguered Fukushima Daiichi power plant has reached lethal levels.
What gift did Japan give Washington March 27, 1912, that is still today?
Japan on Monday pulled the plug on its second-to-last nuclear power plant.
A Japanese fishing vessel that was cast adrift in the Pacific after the giant tsunami last year, is slowly nearing the western coast Canada.
Japan said on Friday that it will set up anti-missile defense systems to possibly intercept an errant North Korean rocket launch next month, media reports said.
Akin to a fine cup of tea, the fresh leaves of China were steeped in the hot water of Korean culture and the brew poured into the dainty cups of Japan.
Several earthquakes struck northeast Japan and Tokyo on Wednesday, with authorities issuing a tsunami warning in the region that was devastated in last year’s quake, [...]