Julian Ryall scmp.com In the exclusion zone around Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, where most people see a contaminated wasteland that will be uninhabitable for generations, Hiroki Azuma sees opportunity. Azuma, a philosopher and cultural critic, has gathered a team of eight experts in various fields and proposed a plan to create a new community on the edge of the exclusion zone that will become a centre for tourists wanting to visit the epicentre of the second-worst nuclear disaster in history. Azuma believes that the Fukushima plant, destroyed in the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, can become one of the world's most popular "dark tourism" destinations. to read more click here: scmp.com
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