Japan Still Recovering 

by Zak Chahal Friday, April 08, 2011
After the conclusion of the World War 2, Japan is considered to be the third biggest economy in the world and is among the list of most stable countries in the whole world. Japan was hit by a series of disasters just recently. Firstly a deadly earthquake hit Japan which wasn’t enough for increasing the troubles for the people and afterwards the tsunami struck with full force to the shores of Japan. The concerned authorities were able to evacuate many people from this calamity that were badly injured and disabled. Almost whole of the city was severely damaged by the earthquake which was recorded 7.2 on the Richter scale.
Japan Going Through Tough Time No Travel


Due to the Tsunami and the Earthquake the country is going through a hell of a time. It is taking time to get stable again and still the country is trying to survive from the catastrophe. The hard working and still motivated people of Japan are still coordinating with each other in the time of vein. The most important problem which aroused due to the disaster was the troubling of the Nuclear Reactors. Along with these disturbances many airlines are still offering cheap flights to Tokyo, the Capital of the country and…Read more

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