I arrived Tokyo latest week, and will work from JPN till mid June.
Here in Tokyo, life seems back to normal, no need to worry about water, power- but daily news from the
Northern part of Japan is so disturbing to learn people are still suffering that disaster.
Yesterday, I saw the TV news showing the life of people living in their own house suffering the daily flooding.
Due to the land sinkage, the daily tide from ocean floods in the area where they live. Most of them are forced to live only at their 2nd floor of the home.
Daily local news reports refugees and their supporters events all over Japan.
I hear a lot from people that they are very much appreciating what we are receiving as support from all over the world.
It is not easy to . Thanks for all of your continuous supports and your prayers.
By JAY ALABASTER, Associated Press
Monday, May 9, 2011
(05-09) 02:23 PDT ISHINOMAKI, Japan (AP) —
When water begins to trickle down the streets of her coastal neighborhood, Yoshiko Takahashi knows it is time to hurry home.
Twice a day, the flow steadily increases until it is knee-deep, carrying fish and debris by her front door and trapping people in their homes. Those still on the streets slosh through the sea water in rubber boots or on bicycle.
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