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Differences between China and Japan on post-quake relief   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-4-24 14:23:24 |Display all floors
This post was edited by sunnylin01 at 2013-4-24 14:50

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Photo taken on March 22, 2011, Matsushima City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, shows Japan's SDF stood in salute after burying the bodies of the victims of the earthquake and tsunami.  12 days after the earthquake, some of the bodies of the earthquake and tsunami are carried here for a mass funeral to allow the deceased to leave with dignity.

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Sunny, it looks you're not aware how many victims of the "Great North Eastern Disaster" were buried. In case of doubt it's sometimes better to shut-up rather than fabricate stories.

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satsu_jin Post time: 2013-4-24 14:37
Sunny, it looks you're not aware how many victims of the "Great North Eastern Disaster" were buried. ...

Can you make it clear which story is fabricated?

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This post was edited by satsu_jin at 2013-4-24 16:11

The overwhelming number of victims - not some as you stated - were buried in mass graves and not cremated as it is the tradition. Japan did hurry up the process of burying because of fear of epidemics. Not many got such nice mass grave burials as shown in your picture.

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satsu_jin Post time: 2013-4-24 15:03
The overwhelming number of victims - not some as you stated - were buried in mass graves and not cre ...

Here the point is the dead are accorded dignity and respect whether buried or cremated.

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There are situations where dignity must be sacrificed for the higher common goal. In case of natural calamities with a high number of victims dignity certainly has to take a back seat.

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satsu_jin Post time: 2013-4-24 15:16
There are situations where dignity must be sacrificed for the higher common goal. In case of natural ...

Do you think China is any different from Japan in post quake relief? What can China learn from Japan?

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