Tsunami charity


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Jun 13

Tsunami charity – 2 years on

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It has been over 2 years since the Tohoku tsunami, yet I still have this sadness every time I see photos of the city and people suffering.

We can’t do anything to prevent nature, but what happened on that day should never be forgotten.
I have helped many charity events for the Tohoku tsunami in the UK. I appreciate how generous people are in this country and my family and I will never forget the support we have from the rest of the world. Thanks to all the help, we are able have greater hope.
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I helped at a charity event at an Independent primary school in my area last week.
A mother of some children, who attended the school, held a classical music concert, and asked me to serve sushi and Japanese alcohol at the event.
It was a fantastic day and again, many people generously donated money. I am so grateful to see so many people asking me about the current situations in Japan, and giving kind words of hope and luck for all those affected.
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They also enjoyed my sushi and finished it all during the interval and they all asked for more! I ended up making sushi at high speed, but when I finished making a single set, it would disappear in a flash. This was very tiring and challenging, but it was very fun and I enjoyed myself greatly.
 
The thing I love about London is that it’s full of people of so many different cultures; I’ve learned so much throughout the years of living here.
I hope that the people suffering all around the world can have hope, and it’s our job to never lose hope for them. 
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