It is already one month since an earthquake of unprecedented scale and tsunami hit the north eastern part of Japan off the Pacific Ocean on 11 March, causing catastrophic devastation. Thirteen thousand precious lives were lost, and fourteen thousand people are still missing. About one hundred and fifty thousand people are obliged to spend difficult days and nights, living in evacuation shelters, many of them having lost their homes. Several coastal cities were completely demolished. The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, damaged by the tsunami, continues to be a source of concern, and the residents within a 30km radius are being evacuated. While this unprecedented crisis still continues, I deeply appreciate the heartfelt condolences and sympathy expressed by so many people, as well as the heart-warming encouragement and support extended by the Ethiopian Government and the African Union. As Prime Minister Kan expressed in appreciation, the Japanese people have strengthened their belief that ‘a friend in need is a friend indeed.’ Japan has the experience of a relatively fast recovery from the devastation of the war and has overcome various natural disasters in the past. We will work hard to overcome this tragedy as well.
A video from Brazil to the campaign SHOW YOUR HEART from the japanese singer/actor GACKT, it’s a small gesture to try to bring a smile to the japanese people affected by the recent incidents.
This video was made by:
Ronnie Pedra (@RonniePedra)
Lauren Fraga (@Lauren_Uruha)
Thaís Favero – Japanese Subtitles
It is a size that reaches from Canada to Mexico when Japan is put on the USA.
Australia is also the same. It reaches from Mongolia to India also in China.
There is no country that Japan enters in Africa. At last, it enters also in Brazil.
Japan might be large. I was unbelievable, and splash until the map is actually piled up.
Strictly Street Salsa holds a Salsa social on the second Saturday of every month in Houston, Texas (USA). We used the proceeds from our social on April 9, 2011, to benefit victims of the recent earthquakes and tsunami in Japan. We called the social “Salsa for Japan.”
The song used in this clip is “Salsa Caliente” by Orquesta de la Luz, which is a famous Salsa band from Japan. The dance is a freestyle “Rueda” by members of Strictly Street Salsa’s performance team. This variation of Salsa dancing (also called “Casino Rueda,” “Rueda de Casino,” or “Salsa Rueda”) is based out of Cuba and Miami.
Please send this to five of your friends and post this on your facebook wall
Artist: City Fidelia Feat. Noushka
This is dedication to all human beings, we are all one and we are all connected, so regardless of where you are in this world, you have been effected, pass this on out of respect to the people that are no longer with us today, this video aint about me its about them and you ll understand why im sayin that after you watch the video, one love
Stunnin Rs Music Production
Galang Ster Video Production
ジンバブエでの管首相から送られた応援への返礼ニュース Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has expressed his gratitude to the government of Zimbabwe for its quick reaction following the catastrophic earthquake that hit his country last mo
東日本大震災の影響を考慮し、エジンバラ大学(University of Edinburgh)は東北、北関東、北海道からの学生に対し、10,000ポンドに相当する奨学金を6名に提供することを決定しました。エジンバラ大学に2011年留学を希望される学生が対象となります。詳細はSI-UK Education Councilまでお問い合わせください。
I am writing to let you know that following the recent earthquake and tsunami, the University of Edinburgh has opened a new scholarship for students from the Tohoku, Northern Kanto and Hokkaido regions in Japan undertaking a postgraduate Master’s degree programme at the University of Edinburgh in the academic session 2011-2012.
Eritrea Tyrant Starves Own People To Impress Japan!
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan a couple of days ago announced via a major press release thatrich man Eritrea tyrant Isias Afewarki has donated US $50,000 relief money to Japan on behalf of the people and country of Eritrea. Hallelujah!
“In response to the Great East Japan Earthquake, the Government of the State of Eritrea made a donationof 50,000 US dollars (approximately 4 million yen) as relief money for Japan.” said the announcement.