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Remember, remember, the 11th of March… (Updated)

Okay, so it doesn’t have quite the same ring to it as that famous verse commemorating another infamous day in history. But March 11, 2011 is still a date that we should all keep in our minds and in our hearts. For it was three years ago today when the horrific Tohoku earthquake and tsunami […]


Pray for Japan: The Charity Screening

We’ve talked before about Pray for Japan, the film chronicling last year’s disastrous Tohoku earthquake and tsunami and its effects on the populace of Ishinomaki, Miyagi, the largest coastal city in the Tohoku region. Well, good news – the film is finally set for its North American theatrical debut!

Mark your calendars folks – Pray […]


“We Heart Performing for Japan” Charity Event to benefit Japanese disaster relief set for October 1

We Heart Japan, a charity organized by several individuals including anime voice actress Stephanie Sheh, will be holding another charity event next month in Southern California.

We Heart Japan made news earlier this year when, less than 1 week after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, they organized an event that, in spite of its […]


How to donate to the Japan disaster relief effort — and make it count

It has now been almost two months since the disastrous earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, and the country is still feeling its effects — frequent (and quite strong) aftershocks, a serious (though by no means dire) situation at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, a continuously mounting death toll, and incalculable losses […]


ChibiCast #0018 – We Heart Japan event TONIGHT to benefit victims of the earthquake and tsunami

We Heart Japan event TONIGHT to benefit victims of the earthquake and tsunami

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“We Heart Japan” event TOMORROW to benefit victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami

If you live in the Los Angeles area, you’ll want to get yourself over to Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046. We Heart Japan, organized by voice actress Stephanie Sheh and comic artist Pinguino Kolb, is holding an event TOMORROW (that’s Thursday, March 17) at Meltdown Comics to benefit the Japan NGO […]


ChibiCast #0017 – 8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan

8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan

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8.9 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Japan

At 9:46 PM PST on March 10, an 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit approximately 125km off the eastern coast of Japan (Honshu) at a depth fo 10km, causing a 4 meter high tsunami to hit the coastal areas of Japan. Huge areas of the coast are literally being washed away. Sendai airport is literally flooded (pic). […]