I have some plans to enjoy the most beautiful time of the year. Flower Spring!
I will be off-line from next Sunday for a while.
I look forward to visiting you after coming back blogging!
I hope you are fine and can enjoy your beautiful new season.
Thank you for your concern about the earthquake hit Kumamoto in Japan last week.
When a substantial M 6.4 earthquake hit the Kumamoto city in the evening of April 14th at 9:26,
no one guessed it was just a forerunner to the massive M 7.3 quake yet to come. This second earthquake
worked havoc the same area two days later, and aftershocks are still continuing.
Viewing the TV coverage of the region and its people makes me feel small and powerless to be able to help
them in the face of such devastation. All I could do was to feel for them and send a little money to the Red Cross.
How our life is fragile before natural disasters!
The media footage reminded me of that 2011 Tohoku earthquake, with patient victims helping each other
and waiting in long lines for water and food. The Japanese are one.Japan is confronted by the challenge of surviving
consecutive natural disasters.Although there is still much to be done, the restoration work in the area is going on.
Many thanks, my dear friends!
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