Wednesday, June 27, 2012
negative legacy as a place of sight seeing 2
This is an article about the development as a sight seeing place in Sichuan, China. The author wrote that the development was too quick and lack of
eulogy. In the case of Hiroshima, the city decided to save Atomic Bomb Dome as a memorial place in 1966 in the controversial. It was 21 years later of the atomic bombing. In 1996, the building was registered as UNESCO World Heritage. People need time.
四川大地震の被災地を観光資源として復活させた中国 - 日本人にマネできないスピード復興（福島香織／日経ビジネス／2012.06.27)
Monday, June 11, 2012
negative legacy as a place of sight seeing
One of my current interesting is negative legacy as a place of sight seeing.
I found an article about this topics focuses on Auschwitz-Birkenau, Rwanda, Cambodia etc. We can also see the places in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, recently Ishinomaki after the Earthquake in Japan. I wonder if Fukushima will be it as well in the future.
10 June 2012 Last updated at 23:06 GMT
The rise of genocide memorials
In other article of Nikkei Business on 18 April, 2012, Chernobyl became it after 25 years of the accident.