The World Admire Japan’s Post-Quake Behaviors

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Japanese people must face with thousands of difficulties after the dramatic quake and devastating tsunami struck this country, causing massive atomic explosions and nuclear meltdowns. Now, survivors not only have lack of water, food, electricity, houses and gasoline but also are threatened by radiation contamination.

Japanese people; however; still keep their solidarity to overcome the crisis from finding out victims to taking care of the homeless, especially the old, children and women.

Let's take a look at some images capturing Japan’s post-quake behaviors that are admired by the whole community and you can study a precious lesson about their indomitable spirit.

 

Rescuing activities in Japan


A victim is rescued by helicopter from a roof of an elementary school in Sendai, northern Japan on Saturday, March 12, 2011

A victim is rescued by helicopter from a roof of an elementary school in Sendai, northern Japan on Saturday, March 12, 2011


A Japanese soldier carries an old man on his back at Kesennuma, northeastern Japan, on Saturday, March 12, 2011

A Japanese soldier carries an old man on his back at Kesennuma, northeastern Japan, on Saturday March 12, 2011


A girl who was left inside a building is rescued in Kesennuma, Miyagi, northern Japan on Saturday, March 12, 2011

A girl who left inside a building is rescued in Kesennuma, Miyagi, northern Japan on Saturday, March 12, 2011

 

Politely queuing for food and services


People wait in queue to receive water distributed at a park in Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture

People wait in queue to receive water distributed at a park in Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture


Passengers wait for the resumption of train service at a station in Tokyo

Passengers wait for the resumption of train service at a station in Tokyo


People gather at an appliance store to buy batteries in Sendai on Saturday, March 12, 2011

People gather at an appliance store to buy batteries in Sendai on Saturday, March 12, 2011

 

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We can easily see this scene in front of a public telephone booth after Japan quake

 

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Passengers queue without an uproar or a mess at a stopped subway station

 

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Japanese people sit on the sides of the stairs to ensure that the center remains clear and accessible

 

Taking care of unlucky victims, especially the old and children

 

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An ordinary school becomes a shelter for the people

 

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The old, children and women are given priority care


Residents eat emergency rations in a candle-lit shelter in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on March 15, 2011

Residents eat emergency rations in a candle-lit shelter in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on March 15, 2011

 

Being always optimistic


Evacuees exercise at a makeshift shelter in Minamisanriku, northern Japan on March 15, 2011

Evacuees exercise at a makeshift shelter in Minamisanriku, northern Japan on March 15, 2011

 

 

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    IMPRESSIVE- 2011/03/21 14:22:38 pm

    I MALAYSIAN, WE SHOULD MAKE OURSELF PROUD IF EVERYBODY COULD BEHAVE LIKE THEM NO MATTER UNDER WHATSOEVER CIRCUMSTANCES

This article was published on 2011/03/17
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