Massive Earthquake Hits Japan: How You Can Help


Posted March 11, 2011 - By Stephen Johnson


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In the wake of the massive earthquake measuring 8.9 on the Richter scale that struck Japan early Friday morning, the country is in a state of emergency. A chain reaction of disaster, including tsunamis, toppling buildings and bridges, fires, and concern over a large-scale nuclear meltdown is just the beginning of what will be a painstaking rebuilding process, which will require billions of dollars and years of time to complete. The estimated damage is twice that of Hurricane Katrina, just to give you some idea of the scale of this disaster.

You can help.

Remember that everything you give, no matter how small, helps immensely.

Stay Informed.

Japan might be far away, but they're a country in crisis. As a world citizen, you owe it to yourself to remain informed about what's going on. Don't rely on second-hand information. Stay in the loop.

We at G4TV.com are deeply saddened by the disaster, not just because a great deal of our business is conducted with Japanese game companies, but because a great deal of our culture and what we do every day is due in large part to the contribution that Japanese culture makes to the world.

Please, join us in spreading the word and making a difference.

Massive Earthquake Hits Japan: How You Can Help