The Japan Earthquake Aftermath – Me And Donald Keene Are With Japan

When the news started reporting that there was a nuclear accident at the Fukushima plant, I started getting calls from teachers I knew.  I used to be a recruiter and manager at an English school and these were teachers who worked there.  They all had basically two questions – “What is going on?” and “Should we get out of here!?”japan

Both of those were tough to answer.  The best I could do was to say that things looked really bad and if you’re worried, you should go home.  Then, they usually asked me the third question – “What are you going to do?”
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