This presentation below was created by a nuclear power specialist for our (KAI Japanese School's) foreign students. We can't disclose his name since he belongs to a public institution. If it isn't a problem for you, please feel free to use it.
We added some updates after the original was created on Mar. 13. This time we added some major updates so that we can use it for the orientation for our new students of spring term and those coming back to us. Please use it with understanding of these conditions below.
1. Since this presentation was made on the premise that it’s explained verbally, please make sure to provide thorough explanation when using it.
2. The situation keeps changing constantly, so we update it when necessary. However, please remember to check the latest updates by yourself before you use it.
3. Please make a link to this page if you wish to put this presentation on your site since it is updated from time to time.
This presentation was created not to prevent the students from leaving school or Japan, but to make them understand the situation correctly. It does not provide any guarantees. Please use it at you own risk. (Please refrain from making inquiries about the content.)
- The Accident at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant for Accurate Understanding (English) (Updated on Apr. 9, 2011)
- The Accident at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant for Accurate Understanding (Japanese) (Updated on Apr. 9, 2011)
- The Accident at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant for Accurate Understanding (Korean) (Updated on Apr. 9, 2011)