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Niemand weiß, wie sich die Katastrophe in Japan weiter entwickeln wird. Auch die Menschen in Tokio kämpfen mit ihrer tiefen Verunsicherung. Sie

Need some fresh air

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Oh well. It's getting pretty difficult to maintain my normal routine with clear mind. I think I'm stressed out again, especially by the water problem. I know...

Oh well. It’s getting pretty difficult to maintain my normal routine with clear mind. I think I’m stressed out again, especially by the water problem. I know that public announcement said that it’s not dangerous for adults but to see all the bottled drinks have been sold out in shops and hear many rumors about how still dangerous the reactors situation is, slowly they take my energy away and wear me out. Phew. I need to go in the woods, I miss the beauty side of nature!   

Have a great day, I’ll try the same! xxAxx


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  1. kuroda sagt:

    Yeah, that's the exact reason...
    Yeah, that’s the exact reason why I don’t leave this town (yet). As far as I concerned, I’m pretty sure that Tokyo is safe. However what we are constantly suffering from is the mood of town, atmospheres between people, a cast shadow of uncertainty. You get infected by these things without noticing, and you are starting to feel depressed. You need a certain technique to look after yourself: maintain your mental balance. So right now I was out of town and staying with my parents… well, they are a lot pessimistic than me so it’s hard to convince them not to be scared. However, it’s always nice to have a „proper“ conversation with my folks even though they still think I’m 12 years-old or something!

  2. fionn sagt:

    Akira. I got this answer from...
    Akira. I got this answer from Nestlé:
    >>Thank you for your mail.
    By the very nature of its products and activities, Nestlé supports deprived persons and victims of man-made and natural disasters.
    Nestlé Japan is donating product worth JPY120 million (around CHF 1.37 million), including healthcare nutrition products for hospitals, through a government distribution scheme. Nestlé Waters is donating 20,000 cases of bottled water, half of which are sent to hospitals.
    We hope that we answered your question . Thank you for your interest in our company. << Best wishes fionn

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