Tuesday, March 15, 2011
A friend of mine in Fukuoka (located in the south, not affected by the disaster) said she feels guilty living normally. But that is wrong. Those who are well and safe, please stay well. Otherwise the whole society will become unhealthy and ailing. Let's turn the sympathy into the energy to do something to help and support those who need it. Those who lead normal life have its own role in this situation.
Posted by Torachan at 9:59 PM
Minami Souma City, Fukushima Prefecture, is my hometown. But now, the city is devastated by the earthquake and tsunami. Besides, we are ordered to stay inside the building to avoid exposure to radiation from the nuclear power plant. No supply of goods has arrived. Gasoline is no longer available. Hospitals cannot properly operate anymore. Please don not abandon us!
Posted by Torachan at 8:31 PM
Etsuko Takahashi has visual disability and she's searching for her brother, Hideo Takahashi, who is living in Motoyama in Miyagi Prefecture. If you know anything about his whereabouts and his safety, please let me know. Even a small clue is appreciated.
Posted by Torachan at 8:23 PM
Please re-tweet this: SOS tweets by those trapped under the rubble are pouring in. Their tweet is asking for help. The government should have somebody monitor Twitter so they could respond to these SOS postings by the disaster victims and connect the message with the rescue operations.
Posted by Torachan at 8:18 PM