Will Japan die?
How long will it take Japanese people and land to die from the effects of their radiation contamination due to the earthquake?
Not everyone was close to the contamination. Japanese culture is one of survival and I don't think anything would ever make Japan die. The remnants of a ruined society would pick up the pieces and soldier on until they rebuilt their nation.
It's not affecting that much of Japan as people may think. It was mostly around Minamisanriku, Ishinomaki, and Rikuzentakata. Japan is larger than people think. It's only a little smaller than California in terms of land.
Although there was a lot of media hype over those effected by the Tsunami, most of Japan was largely unaffected. I have some close friends who live in Japan, and one of them even went as far as to state, "You Americans are making a bigger deal out of the Tsunami than we Japanese are".
No one know it .I think Japan is awful many years ago when they attacked China. I just can not understand how can they do it? I think it is very hateful seriously.
by SamiTheFinnishBoy7 years ago
I´m a big fan of Japan. If anyone is interested in Japanese pop or culture, come let us talk.
by Karen Wilton7 years ago
Live footage has shown tsunami up to 10 metres hitting the shore of Japan. Earthquake 8.4 100 kms off the coast. This is huge.
by AnnCee7 years ago
You see people lying on newspapers on hard gym floors covered with thin blankets and silver bags on their feet. You hear about a lack of heat in buildings to stave off the cold weather outside. You...
by marketingnotesja7 years ago
What do you think about what is happening in Japan?You'd have to live under a rock to not know about the earthquake and tsunami that has ravaged Japan in the past few days. What do you think about these events, are you...
by Jyoti Kothari8 years ago
I am in Tokyo since last 6 days. It is my first visit to Japan. Japanese are very different from other people of the world.They are very calm and quiet, shy but sincere.Very conservative yet modern. Modest but strong.
by malonge7 years ago
The devastation in Japan is heartbreaking and scary.
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