The Japanese is greatly admired for their resilience and civility amongst pain and destruction, its people’s capacity to consider the welfare of its community rather personal benefits. Amidst the meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, in what can only be described as heroism that is only shown in movies or read in books, Japanese people risk their lives in trying to revert an otherwise impending disaster that may not only affect Japan but other countries like the Philippines as well. Read more, http://www.tonymarini.com/

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