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Announcing the Success of APJ’s Annual Fund-raising Campaign

Our goal: to raise $12,000 to publish the Journal and to carry out improvements in the design and functioning of our website. At a time when the international order is imploding with new conflicts erupting across the Asia-Pacific our work takes on new importance. We rely on readers, authors and supporters. Your support has allowed us to surpass $13,000 and we thank you for allowing us to continue to make the Journal freely available to all. The Asia-Pacific Journal is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. US Contributions are tax deductible. We are grateful to our supporters at all levels. If you missed the chance to contribute and wish to there's still time. By Paypal or credit card at our home page under Support Us.

 

X Poverty
The Stories Japanese Clothes Tell: Introduction
To Hell With Capitalism: Snapshots from the Crab Cannery Ship
Sawaki Kōdō, Zen and Wartime Japan: Final Pieces of the Puzzle
Vietnam: Okinawa's Forgotten War
Illusions of Self: The Life and Poetry of Ishikawa Takuboku
My Story: A Daughter Recalls the Battle of Okinawa
'Life's First Night' and the Treatment of Hansen's Disease in Japan
A Suitable Donor: Harvesting Kidneys in the Philippines
Beyond reality – or – An illusory ideal: pro-nuclear Japan’s management of migratory flows in a nuclear catastrophe ――
The Two-Sen Copper Coin
Protest Art in 1950s Japan: The Forgotten Reportage Painters
“Fieldwork” North Korea: Observations of daily life on the ground inside the country
New Lives: Some Case Studies of Minamata
“Comrade Carlos Bulosan”: U.S. State Surveillance And the Cold War Suppression of Filipino Radicals
Worker-Intellectual Unity: Suicide, trans-border sociological intervention, and the Foxconn-Apple connection
Indonesia’s Elections of 2014: Democratic Consolidation or Reversal?
Migrant Workers’ Children and China’s Future: The Educational Divide
Al-Jazeera America on the Fukushima Triple Disaster, Three Years On
The Rage of Exile: In the Wake of Fukushima
Nobody Dies in a Ghost Town: Path Dependence in Japan's 3.11 Disaster and Reconstruction
The Okinawan Diaspora in Japan at War
Mission Impossible. What Future Fukushima?
Infanticide
The politics of global production: Apple, Foxconn and China's new working class
Water, Water Everywhere: Incentives and Options at Fukushima Daiichi and Beyond
The Roadmap for Fukushima Daiichi and the Sacrifice of Japan's Clean-up Workers
Training Women for Disasters: Gender, Crisis Management (Kiki Kanri) and Post-3.11 Nationalism in Japan
U.S.-China Trade, 1971–2012: Insights into the U.S.-China Relationship
Zen Masters on the Battlefield (Part I)
“Banzai!” The Compulsory Mass Suicide of Kerama Islanders in the Battle of Okinawa
Operation Red Hat: Chemical weapons and the Pentagon smokescreen on Okinawa
Uncomfortable Questions in the Wake of Nuclear Accidents at Fukushima and Chernobyl
Abe at Ground Zero: the consequences of inaction at Fukushima Daiichi
On Uranium Art: Artist Ken + Julia Yonetani in Conversation with Asato Ikeda
Rule in the Name of Protection: The Japanese State, the Ainu and the Vocabulary of Colonialism
Straight Outta Ichimiya: The Appeal of a Rural Japanese Rapper
Mongolian Coal's Long Road to Market: China, Russia and Mongolia
Nuclear Janitors: Contract Workers at the Fukushima Reactors and Beyond
A Personal View of Volunteering in Iwate After 3. 11: In Whose Service?
It Is Not Chittagong Here – It Is Indonesia
Life-world: Beyond Fukushima and Minamata
Fractious Memories in Medoruma Shun’s Tales of War
'We were all in this together... - Challenges to and practices of cleanliness in tsunami evacuation shelters in Yamada, Iwate Prefecture, 2011
Post-Fukushima Realities and Japan’s Energy Future
“Revelations from the Sea”: An Artist’s Response to the Disasters of March 11th, 2011−− 2011.3.11
From a 'Dysfunctional Japanese-Style Industrialized Society' to an “Ordinary Nation”??
North Korea’s Partisan Family State
China’s Green Power Experiment: Whither the Environment?−−?
The NATO Afghanistan War and US-Russian Relations: Drugs, Oil, and WarNATO−−
Can Japan Respond Better to its Next Large Disaster?