Because we remember.
Some of you might not know but today’s Fukushima tragedy anniversary. If you own a television, read newspaper or just check news around the network, even if you are not familiar with Japan,you might know what I am talking about. I wasn’t in Japan at the time, I was just arrived at the museum when I heard the news from a collegue. In fact I already told you this story.
What you may not know is that last November’s journey to Japan had been my first after the tragedy. Thought Japan has been recuperating marvellously , I would be lying if I said that everything was the same like when I left that country, four years ago. It wasn’t. There was a subtle sadness in the air that I didn’t remember from before. I didn’t expect that. It really made my hearth bleed.
I am sure that out there a lot of people could give you better opinions, more interesting insights. But I felt sharing few words of remembering because,after all, if Momographica’s here today, Japan,its people and its culture deserves a huge thanks.
Stay strong Japan.