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Chim↑Pom, a collective of six intrepid young artists, is known for its guerrilla-art tactics and commentary on social taboos.

Last year, the collective made several critical statements about the Fukushima No.1 power plant disaster. One of its members even went undercover at the power plant and managed to take a photo of himself standing in front of the third reactor holding up a referee’s red card — the group’s declaration of TEPCO “misconduct.”

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