“The” China Earthquake

It’s difficult to find anyone in Chengdu, a laidback city in central China known for its pandas and spicy food, who doesn’t know where they were at 2:28 p.m. on May 12, 2008. That's when a massive earthquake, one of the worst ever in China, left 87,000 people dead, 370,000 injured, and five million people … Continue reading “The” China Earthquake

The people of Japan are tough people

Any person who fought against them or is the son of a person who fought against them can tell you that so don't think for a minute that a nation that could bounce back from the destruction of world war 2 aren't certainly going to bounce back from this. Anyone predicting otherwise just doesn't know … Continue reading The people of Japan are tough people

A difference in perspective

Living in New England when we get a couple of feet of snow it's a pain in the neck but no big deal. However if you mention that to someone from the south or the southwest it blows their minds that it doesn't bother us. Reading this post by Little Miss Attila, the same thought … Continue reading A difference in perspective