We don’t need to remind you of the terrible ordeals currently facing the nation of Japan. The March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami destroyed large sections of the island’s northeastern coast, leaving tens of thousands dead or missing. And as if that wasn’t catastrophic enough, workers are still desperately attempting to contain a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, while seven-plus magnitude aftershocks further threaten the already precarious situation.
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NAPLES – “How can we help? What can we do?” said Sean Buckley.
These are the questions that ran through the mind of Naples resident and first year student at Ave Maria School of Law, Sean Buckley, following the massive tragedy in Japan.
“It’s a very sad time. It is a very unfortunate time,” said Sean Buckley.
Buckley spending four years in the country teaching English and training teachers before the disaster struck. It was in that time he was able to make many friends even finding that special someone.
“I was very fortunate to meet my fiancee at Church in Japan, which is kind of bizarre; In a Catholic Church in the country side of Japan,” said Sean Buckley.
Niamey, Niger – Niger has provided humanitarian aid worth US$25,000 for earthquake victims in Japan, PANA learnt here Friday. The cheque for the amount was presented to the Resident Representative of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Nobuyuki Yamaura, by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Mines and Energy, Seydou Abdoulkarim. Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Abdoulkarim said the gesture ‘is the modest contribution of the Government of Niger to the brotherly people of Japan which suffered tragic accidents following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit the country’.
タンザニア大使館などより寄せられた救済物資のニュース In response to the Great East Japan Earthquake, representatives of the Embassy of Tanzania in Japan and the Tanzania Community in Japan will visit the Natori City Hall in Miyagi Prefecture to donate Tanzanian instant coffee (600 cans worth 255,000 yen) and canned foods (405 cans worth 100,000 yen) to disaster-stricken people at 2 P.M. on Saturday, April 9.
I made longer video, now with song and pictures, with a longer message for Japan and all the victims of the earthquake and tsunami, under the campaign Show Your Heart, by Japanese artist Gackt. If you want English or Portuguese captions/subtitles, click on the CC button at the button-right of the player and select your language.
Instructions on how to participate on the campaign can be found in 9 languages at the website http://www.gackt.com/language.html
Within days of the devastating earthquake and tsunami hitting Japan last week, many artists have created in solidarity to Japan and support the country and its people.
Find here a creative momentum from various artist around the world in a bid to make us react, pray, donate for the Japanese people.