I will be leaving Japan for Sydney, Australia the next week and staying Australia for one year.
I know the major earthquake in Japan the other day was very big shocking to not only the people in Japan, but also in other countries, and even now, many people being worried about Japan.
I appreciate it very much.
So, when I talk with someone in Australia, I'd like to explain that disaster well, but because the expressions related with that disaster, such as nuclear power plants, are a little difficult for me, I need to practice explaining them in advance.
"I live in Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo is a little far from Tohoku region, so even though I felt a big swing and uneasy, but I didn't get involved directly. But even the people who live in Tokyo must save electricity, because of the trouble of the nuclear power plants. In addition, we are sending money for the sufferer, we shouldn't buy petrol except in Tohoku area, we have to live on without forbearing something lately because of the bad effects on economy, and we need to deal with information rightly.
What we can do for the sufferer is not always the direct support.
We should think about that tragic disaster, the waste of electricity, the life-style in Japan, the people not only around us but also far from us, and other various things.
To think such things seriously makes many things good. I believe it."