Text: “Don’t criticize government or TEPCO, guides in Fukushima told.” Shoko Rikimaru and Shinichi Sekine / The Asahi Shimbun.

“Tour guides are bristling at instructions not to criticize the central government or Tokyo Electric Power Co. when speaking to visitors at a recently opened memorial museum to the 2011 triple meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

The instructions have left some Fukushima residents who signed up to be guides feeling perplexed and sparked anger in others.

The museum in Futaba, Fukushima Prefecture, opened on Sept. 20 with the objective of passing on to visitors the lessons learned from the nuclear disaster triggered by the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami.” http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/13752941

A essay on May 2021 TOK essay Prescribed Title #5 must be centered on AOKs – whether they work best on their own or in a pair. The museum controversy and the earthquake / tsunami links to ethics, mathematics, the arts, human sciences, and the natural sciences. This is a large group of AOKs so you would need to consider what area of the RLE you are going to focus on. Then look at the role individual AOKs and pairs of AOKs play in the RLE.