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Japan Educational and Resource Network

This is Yoko, iEARN-Japan.

As you may have known,
Niigata Prefecture and neighboring wide areas in Northern part of Japan
were attacked four big earthquakes on 23rd late afternoon, and since then
continuous aftershocks, sometimes equivalent size of original ones
(measuring over 6.0 on the Richter scale, Shinkansen train was off the rails)
threatening people in evacuating places. Even today 6.0 M size scared people
to fell on the floors asking more lives. Since all the ways to reach spots
were damaged
and lifelines are not recovered yet, the situation is not better at all
even though many people tried to help and rescue them in a cold weather.

At this time, iEARN has one of the most active projects named
Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2005 at:

What the leaders of this project, Kaziko and Yoshie and other
members, think is to have messages from you to Niigata children and
their family.
Please click:
"Need Action for those who suffered from Natural Disasters! " at

and "Let's send messages to people in Niigata" at

Please write your message there, and let us translate into Japanese.
It is a hard time for us to watch those people on TV suffered from endless
earthquakes or floods by late typhoon, and not available to physically closer
them to comfort.

We hope the aftershocks will be down soon and all the necessities will be
in hand of
victims. We are sure your warm messages will work as like a vitamin to those who
have been scared and tired.
We are thanking ourselves that we are in iEARN family,
and you are always with us. Yoko

$B!y(BYoko Takagi, JEARN $B!y(B
yoko@jearn.jp office@jearn.jp http://www.jearn.jp/eng/

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