Saturday, March 12, 2011

Donate to the disaster relief effort in Japan

Even while language learning continues in the midst of a disaster (e.g., I just learned how to say "aftershock" in multiple languages while assuring friends from around the world that all is well for me and my family), the focus is of course on the lives of the people most affected, so if you'd like to chip in to help them out, click here to donate via the American Red Cross, or Google around for any of the numerous ways to contribute that are popping up across the web.

While the experience here in Tokyo has been more about inconvenience than injury, I can't say the same for other parts of Japan, and my thoughts are with those who've been affected more seriously than we have.


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