Discussion in 'Asia' started by Unkotare, Feb 26, 2012.
Japan one year on: What's changed? - CNN.com
And the efforts at recovery go on.
Photographer captures then and now of tsunami ? Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
Cherry Blossom Square ? Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
Well, now it is officially one year later. Amazing progress has been made and enormous work remains to be done - physically and emotionally.
Take a moment...
Japan marks 1st anniversary of March 11 disaster ? Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
One year on ? Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
Sorry bout that,
1. That was an outrageous occurrence.
2. What tragic events took place after the earthquake.
3. I hope they are getting their lives back together, those who survived.
4. Its just sad knowing that so many died.
5. Lets pray for those who died.
After The Tsunami, The Story Of Yuko Sugimoto's Reunion With Her Son
AKB48, Misia to sing at cherry blossom concerts in Washington to thank U.S. ? Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
In recent weeks, internationally known Japanese entertainers and other celebrities have been touring major cities in countries like the US, China, South Korea, etc. on something of a 'Thank You Tour' to express gratitude for all the assistance these nations provided following the 3/11 disasters.
Japan tsunami bones to wash up in US: expert
Sat, May 26, 2012 - Shoes containing human bones from people killed by last years Japanese tsunami are likely to begin washing up on the US west coast later this year, an expert said on Thursday.
there are still the rods in the nuclear plant....that would be of great concern....but i am amazed at the recovery made thus far....shows a lot about the work ethic of the culture
Still a lot to be done though
It was such a devastating occurrence, it would take alot of time to get back to how things were. Very disturbing about the human remains washing up on the US coast. Terrible.
Granny says any o' dem Japanese crabs come `round here - she gonna make a clambake of `em...
Unwelcome guests ride debris from tsunami
12 June`12 - Docks, boats and other debris from Japan's tsunami drifting onto West Coast beaches represent a trash cleanup challenge that may last for years to come.
What's sad is you compare the devestation in Japan with what occured in Haiti. And then you look at how far Japan has recovered and how Haiti hasn't.....makes you wonder why we should even try to help Haiti and countries like it.
That's exactly why.
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