The News Roundup: March 20-26

This past week in Japan has still proven relief and rescue to be quiet difficult. Although some parts of the nuclear power plant in Fukushima have stabilized, many problems still remain, and it is expected that it will take some time to bring all of the reactors under control.

Amidst all of the struggle, and hard work, Japan’s courage, strength, and sense of community has shocked the work almost more than the disaster that shined a spotlight on Japan. The important thing to know is that, while many things have gone wrong, many more things seemed to gone right.

Take a look at this past week’s most informative and well written jorunalism on the events in Japan.

Facts

Japan nuclear plant: Radioactivity rises in sea nearby

Unknown Future for Town Annihilated by Tsunami

Japan’s Earthquake Warning System Explained

Radioactive Food Worries Expand in Japan

Japan Quake Map

Japan: One week later

Radiation Is Beyond Zone, Report Says

A warm heart

Currying flavor: town gets food aid

Family bands together to keep Sendai man on respirator alive through long blackout

More Miracles in Japan

Perspective

East Asia’s view of Japan: We are not falling out

Global admiration for Japan in its darkest hour

Japan nuclear crisis ‘will be overcome’, says IAEA

Images of disaster in Japan lend visual power

Austrian authorities release detailed data on Japan radiation

Tokyo Disneyland’s parking lot shows the risk of reclaimed land

Japan’s unlikely hero: the humble rice ball

Japanese Town Mulls Future Without Whaling Industry

Islanders aim for energy independence

Faceless Heroes: The Fukushima 50

A good laugh

Fox News Discovers Nuclear Reactor In Japanese Disco