Sunday, March 20, 2011
The unprecedented scale of earthquake and tsunami struck Japan during the administration of Prime Minister Kan which had already lost public confidence. The upside is that Japanese citizens have come to think and act without relying on the government, which makes me wonder if something good can come out of something bad.
Posted by Torachan at 9:33 PM
It is very painful to think that those who took great pains to live through the world war and help rebuild the war-ravaged nation and economy are forced to experience hardships again for the rest of their lives. From now on, the younger generation will assume the responsibilities to help rebuild our nation. It is our turn to come together for the good of this nation.
Posted by Torachan at 12:38 PM
The people whose homes survived the quake and tsunami have no food or heating oil. The media covers only the present conditions of evacuation centers, but don't forget the fact that the survivors in private households are striving to live without relief goods.
Posted by Torachan at 10:33 AM