The Tragic Crisis In The North East Of Japan

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I was a person, who wants to be a successful businessman like everyone else until one tragic event happened in my country. This tragic event made me dramatically shift in my thinking, and make me to strongly realize what I have to do for now. There was the devastating natural disaster happened in the North east of Japan on March 11, 2011, and confirmed death counts over 30,000. It was the biggest earthquake in the history of Japan. I could not even say a word when I watched the news that Tsunami swiped whole city away, and it killed tons of guiltiness people right away. I cannot really remember what I felt because my brain went a complete blank at that time. I did not want to imagine it really happened in my country. My tears were flowing …show more content…
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