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Japan's Tsunami: One Year Later
Japan's Tsunami: One Year Later

AIR DATE: March 23, 2012

It's been a year since a 9.1 earthquake struck Japan, and the tsunami tore apart the Sendai region.  The Japanese American community in Las Vegas sent donations to the region.  So how has Japan fared since then?  The Consul General of Japan from San Francisco, and a local expatriate who lived for 20 years in Japan and was there during the earthquake, recall their experiences and talk about Japan's future.
Hiroshi Inomata, Consul General of Japan in San Francisco
Tom Jordan, businessman who lived in Japan for 20 years

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