FT Island’s message to Japan’s Tsunami Victims

Posted: March 29, 2011 in FT Island News
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Here is a message from FT Island to their fan in Japan whom might be affected by the earthquake and tsunami:

Again, since I don’t know Japanese, any Japaneses Primadonnas want to translate?

Anyway, please keep all those who got affected by the Japan earthquake and tsunami in your prayers.

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Comments
  1. Janie says:

    Hi Grace

    It’s me again. I love Japan and am greatly saddened by what happened. Having lived there before, it’s like a 2nd home to me. Seeing the wide-scale destruction in the news really breaks my heart and the radiation leak is very worrying. But I know the Japanese people are amazing and they will pull out of this with strength and unity.

    This is what the guys said:
    Good day! We’re FT Island. (Self-intro)
    MH: On March 11th, there was a big earthquake in Japan and many people were…….(sorry couldn’t catch this part). We are very sad and very worried about everyone there.
    HK: It is very difficult for all of you. Please keep up the fighting spirit.
    JH: We are praying for the safety of everyone in Japan.

    Yes, I am also praying for Japan, a beautiful country and a beautiful people.

    Janie

    • mwgrace says:

      Hi Janie,

      Thanks for translation. Finally, I get to understand what they said. I can understand your feeling towards Japan which is like a second home to you. Have you ever been to Fukoshima? I have never been there even though I have been to Japan a couple times. People are very nice and friendly. I always had a good time.

      I am sure a lot of people were heartbroken when they saw the pictures and videos of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. I also think Japan can recover very fast as they have demonstrated from WWII. My prayers go to all those Japanese people who are suffering from this natural disaster.

      Grace

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