Japanese Girl's Reaction To The March 11th Tragedy in Japan
Men and woman in Japan are spreadiing their stories of survival and where they were when the Japanese magnitude 9 earthquake hit the shores on northern Japan. But what about the children's reactions? On this site: http://quakestories.wikispaces.com/American+School+in+Japan , a girl named Marianne Riley from The American School in Japan , tells a lot about her days after the earthquake hit Japan and soon after, the 33 foot tsunami wave hit the coast of Japan hard. She says that she admired what the Japanese government did for its people and liked the way that they were conserving resources. I believe that this shows that the girl is very aware that the government is trying to help as well as people around the globe. She seems down-to-earth and knows what she is talking about. I admire that about her and think that her story is different than all of the other children's stories. After reading the article, what do you think about Marianne's story?