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Post time 2017-3-18 21:24:49 |Display all floors
Some supermarkets then pulled all Japanese food off the shelf.
Background: According to the 3·15 annual gala, radiation has continued to affect products from Japan's Fukushima and the nearby areas six years after the massive earthquake and the tsunami hit the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in 2011. Foods from Japan's high radiation-affected areas were found in the Chinese market. These products were sold in several stores, including some large Chinese e-commerce platforms, Muji stores, and Aeon stores. Some retailers hid the origin of the product by using vague labels. For instance, a product made in the Tokyo prefecture was found in Muji with a new label stating "made in Japan" on its package. So in several cities some supermarkets then pulled all Japanese food off the shelf.
Later on, Shanghai CIQ verified that Muji food is not from the radiation-affected areas.
What do you think of Japanese food off the shelf by some supermarkets? Is that overreaction?






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Post time 2017-3-26 10:12:04 |Display all floors
It's nationalist overreaction.

I am sure that one day one of the Chinese nuclear power stations built by Chinese companies (in contrast to those plants built by foreign companies such as Daya Bay) will leak radiation. The media will not inform us. It will be the international media that will tell us all. Then the Chinese will respond that the international media aqre attacking China. The world will ban Chinese food imports... When the Chinese media will finally break the bad news there will be a food stampede. All imported foods will cost many times their regular prices.

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Post time 2017-4-2 15:58:58 |Display all floors
Might be

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