Thinking of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami victims today, especially the children.
Thanks for sharing this memorable video.
This is a very powerful and moving story. I want my compatriots in the US to see it and know. I have just featured it on my company’s home page.
http://www.sefco-export.com/#tomopromo Thank you.
Thank you for sharing, Jay Que. I was surprised that the anniversary of 3/11 wasn’t talked about more in U.S. news today.
Everyone is too self-centric, especially if events are further than a few inches away from their noses.
As I have one foot in both countries, and have experienced the frequent earthquakes and cesium fears and so on, and have loved ones who are Japanese living in Japan, I know what its like. Particularly, being a New Yorker who witnessed 9-11 from my rooftop terrace and lost close friends on that day, I really understand the pain that so many in Japan feel in their hearts over 3-11. Pain is pain. I understand.
We had a lot of news coverage about the anniversary in Australia.
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