Tsunami hits Japan

I know all of you have already heard about the tragic situation in Japan recently. There are news everywhere for you to read but I’m still going to blog about it because this makes me tear from heart.

If you are not interested, please skip this entry.

Last Friday 11 March, A massive magnitude 8.9 earthquake hit northeast Japan, followed by a 10-meter tsunami along parts of the country’s coastline, already causing more than 10 thousand deaths and the number of the missing people are increasing everyday. Everything was swept away in Tsunami’s path, including houses, cars, farms, and buildings.

Look at how badly the building is swaying.

Adding more fear to Japan after the disaster, there is now a rise in radiation levels at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant where two reactors had lost cooling ability after the blast. The exposure to radiation could increase the risks of developing cancer over the long term.

This is a VERY SADDENING thing for everyone so PRAY FOR JAPAN.

Or you can also help them here and other organizations which are involved to help Japan. Be safe when helping them because there are heartless people who want to scam you too. Avoid getting scam here.

“If you want to make a change then make a change”

This amazing country has left me with a lot of great memories. The Disney Land, my first Tamagotchi, fresh Sashimi, Fuji Mountain and the people.

“Where is the last place you want to spend you life in?” This is a very common question everyone have been asked. And my answer is always…


Not just the land, fresh food, awesome shopping, great fashion, high technology, but also the brain of the Japanese. From my experience, the Japanese are very POLITE, HARD-WORKING, and most important of all, VERY RESPECTFUL.

I’d love to spend the rest of my life there and it has always be one of my dreams.

Pray and Love. – nira