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Yoshida in Japan: Two years later, few signs of recovery

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EREBUS0   3/14/2013 9:29:06 PM
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After the Xenia, Ohio tornado, you could still see damage scars twenty-five years later. I have been to Sendai, Japan before the tsunami. It will be many years before they can even restore the basic services, so I suspect they will be rebuilding for many years to come. These things take time. There are no immediate miricles for planning a new environment and getting everything cleaned up and rebuilt. Patience please. Just my opinion.

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de_la_rosa   3/14/2013 7:09:16 PM
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I'm sorry. I didn't really read your article carefully and was not expecting the author to reply.

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KC9   3/14/2013 5:00:10 PM
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Junko, Thank you for your article. I believe Japanese people do not know about what you pointed out in the article. The sad thing is that Japanese newspapers hide this kind of information. BR,

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junko.yoshida   3/14/2013 12:52:20 PM
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Wow! Stop complaining? I did not see it coming. I am on their side (those in Rikuzentakata). What the people in that town are facing and fighting against deserve to be heard. Japan's paralysis is truly heart breaking.

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de_la_rosa   3/14/2013 11:06:06 AM
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stop complaining. they are doing their best

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