Survivors of the September 11 terror attacks in the U.S. and the March 11, 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami have come together and charted new waters in post-trauma recovery.
Did the 3/11 quake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown lead to any fundamental change in how Japan is run?
Photographer Toshiya Watanabe captures the gradual decline of his hometown near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant after a huge tsunami devastated northeastern Japan.
MIT professor Richard Samuels talks to Asia Society about his new book on politics in Japan in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake of March 2011.
One chapter at a time, through the power of crowd-funding, Lisa Katayama tells a story of rebuilding lives, and hope, in the tsunami-stricken town of Motoyoshi, Japan.
Watch Japanese contemporary dancer and choreographer KENTARO!! perform his solo piece 'After Raining, It Will Be Sunny,' in an Asia Society India Centre event at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai last month.
The world may admire Japan's resolve, but unless the country's leaders get their act together "it’s hard to see a bright future," writes Ayako Doi.
Journalist Simran Sethi discusses how Japan's nuclear disaster demonstrated the resiliency of the Japanese people to respond to the immediate crisis and reframe their relationship to energy consumption.
When Japan fought back to a close victory against the United States in the Women's World Cup on Sunday, a heartbroken country finally had something to cheer about.