Please Help Japan 2011

Hello everyone, for those who has just joined 10Steps.SG, my name is Johnson Koh.

7 days ago, an earthquake with a magnitude of 9.0 hit Japan. This was followed by a Tsunami of about 10 meters which entirely wiped out towns off the map. The death toll stands at 413 confirmed dead, 784 missing and 1128 injured. Figures are predicted to increase.

I love Japan

My design influences mostly come from the Japanese artworks. Japan also given me fond memories during my honeymoon in 2008. Those beautiful sceneries I shot in Hokkaido and Tokyo back then had now turned so differently overnight. Everything was destroyed and flattened.

Ways You Can Help

This article is not written for any promotion or marketing purposes. I just hope to spread the word on helping the needy. A simple donation will support the Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS) disaster relief efforts to help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami. Funds will be utilised for the on-going provision of immediate relief and for eventual recovery support to the affected population. Here are some of the sites that you can donate to help:

  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
  • Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS)
  • Singapore Red Cross Society (for my fellow Singaporeans)
  • The Japanese people have demonstrated their resolve for supporting vulnerable people around the globe, as the world’s attention now focuses on Japan we stand with them in solidarity.

    Thank you.

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    5 Comments | Write a Comment

    1. sobuj01 says:

      Ever country should have helped Japan.

    2. WPWebHost says:

      Pray for Japan. Wish them able to rise up and recover swiftly.

    3. Tajul says:

      It is really a bad condition of Japan so of all us should try to help this country.

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