Right now in Japan it’s 3/11, that’s the day the huge earthquake hit and thousands of people died and lost their homes so please just take a min and go to http://yahoo.co.jp and search “3.11” in the search bar and you will donate 10 yen 💴for reconstruction assistance !!
Kuyushu has been hit with a series of large quakes since the shindo 7 quake on Friday evening (there have been several registering shindo 5 or above in the last 24hrs).The nature of aftershocks means that people in Kyushu are suffering through smaller, quakes every 30m or so today. There is a significant risk of damaged buildings collapsing during aftershocks, so people are not able to relax, as they are not safe yet, and many have been evacuated.
Rescue attempts are underway and emergency services are doing their best to get to anyone under the rubble. This eight month old baby girl was pulled from a collapsed building early on Friday morning after the first quake struck. Others have sadly lost their lives.
Please do whatever you can to support relief efforts by donating and signal boosting this post. Thank you.
2011 Sendai Earthquake- This has been the worst earthquake in Japanese History. Don’t just sit there and pray!! Make a donation, and make a difference. There’s a click through link to see more of the destruction.
The American Red Cross has set up a special designation for disaster relief efforts in Japan. To donate, click here, or text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10!
these are all the ships from USA, Philippines, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, China, Indonesia, and Singapore working together to help find Malaysia’s missing airplane, MH370. this picture is just beautiful. :’)
The slaughter of 20,000 dolphins, porpoises, and small whales occurs in Japan each year. Starting on September 1st and continuing through March of the next year, fishermen herd whole families of small cetaceans into shallow bays and mercilessly stab and drown them to death.
With your help, we can pressure Japan to end this cruel and destructive slaughter of dolphins.
We can all make a difference. If you would like your voices to be heard, please contact the respective representatives to tell them the massacre must stop!
Read below to see how you can help:
You can help directly support the Cove Guardians by purchasing items from their Amazon Wish List.
Consider applying to be a Cove Guardian and joining their team in Taiji. This position requires dedication, time, and resources. You must pay for your travel, lodging, food, and all other personal expenses.
Application process: Send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and express your interest.
You will be sent an information packet that includes links to the Onshore Volunteer Application and a supplemental questionnaire for Cove Guardians.
You will submit that package either by electronic or physical mail.
You will be notified if you are selected and provided more detailed information to help you in booking your travels to and stay in Japan.
Don’t buy a ticket! A ticket purchased to a dolphin show buys blood in Taiji
The captive dolphin entertainment industry makes a lot of money from dolphin suffering and death. The way to shut them down is to take the profit out of their operations. By ending the demand for their shows, we can sink them economically.
Do not support these entertainment venues. Terminate your season passes. Encourage your friends and family to stay away from them. Do not include them in your holiday packages or cruises. Contact the parks and let them know how you feel about dolphins kept in captivity. Educate others on the link between the captive dolphin industry and the Taiji dolphin slaughter. Do not participate in captive dolphin programs like “swimming with the dolphins”
The Ceta-Base “Phinventory” is a list of captive dolphins world wide.
Spread the Word
Follow Operation Infinite Patience on social media and share with your friends and family. Ask them to help us end this atrocity.
Contact the Authorities
Help us end the brutal Taiji dolphin slaughter by voicing your concerns to the authorities in Taiji as well as the Japanese Embassy, US Embassy to Japan, US and Japanese Ambassadors to the UN, and the US Senate members of the Committee on Foreign Relations.
PRIME MINISTER OF JAPAN Prime Minister Shinzo- Abe Cabinet Office, Government of Japan 1-6-1 Nagata-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. 100-8914 JAPAN +81-3-5253-2111
Japanese Embassies Worldwide: Websites of Japanese Embassies, Consulates and Permanent Missions
List of Embassies and Consulates-General in Japan: List of Embassies and Consulates-General in Japan
US Embassy in Japan: Caroline Kennedy – Ambassador of the United States to Japan Telephone: 011-81-3-3224-5000 Fax: 011-81-3-3505-1862 Send E-mail to the U.S. Embassy in Japan Please thank Caroline Kennedy for her defense of the dolphins
Japanese UN Representatives: H.E. Mr Kazuyoshi Umemoto – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary email@example.com
H.E. Mr. Jun Yamazaki – Deputy Representative of Japan to the UN firstname.lastname@example.org
United States UN Representative: Samantha Power - US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power’s Twitter United States Mission to the United Nations Contact Form
US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations: US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
This is Baylor Fredrickson, he is 7 years old and is fighting AML leukemia for the second time. Chemotherapy has been unsuccessful and as of now his only chance for survival is a bone marrow transplant. Doctors have given him 3 months to live without this operation. The problem is that Bay is bi-racial (Japanese and German) which probably means that his pool of potential donors is restricted. If anyone is or knows someone who is Japanese-German or similar (Asian-Caucasian) please register/tell them to register as a bone marrow doner. You can find a place to do so here (http://marrowdrives.org/bone_marrow_donor_programs.html) and anyone living in the USA can register at the Asian American donor site here (http://www.aadp.org/homekit/). You could help save this adorable 7 year old’s life just by reblogging this post. We’re running out of time. Thank you.
So, if you’re overzealous like I am, you’ve probably roleplayed a Japanese student before and thought ‘hmmm, maybe i should make them a school schedule!’ But the problem is, where do you start? I’m hoping that this guide will at least give you a little insight on how their educational system differs from the American school system (I’m using the American school system for comparison because I’m American, and it’s what I’m familiar with). That being said, this information is as accurate to the best of my ability, but if I get any facts wrong, please feel free to correct me!
For the sake of keeping this guide from becoming a novel, I’m only going to focus on high school education. Now, onto business…