Release > Tremors - Travel Adventures in Post Earthquake Japan
Tremors - Travel Adventures in Post Earthquake Japan (21 Mar 2012 03:10)
The day before Paul Broadhead was due to travel to Japan for the first time, an earthquake and tsunami rocked the North East coast of the country, killing thousands and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Undeterred, he flew out for a three week trip through a country coming to terms with devastating loss. Tremors is a personal account - sometimes funny, occasionally sad, but always eye-opening - of a gaijin in Japan, at a time when nothing is certain and everything is subject to change...
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