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6 Lessons in Japanese Resilience

March 27th, 2011   •   no comments   

Japanese Resilience Tsunami 2011
Against the cataclysmic forces of Nature, few have responded as well as the Japanese (courtesy of Joseph Friedman)

Have you wondered what made the Japanese such a resilient and robust group of people? How do they overcome the challenges of living in one of the most disaster prone area of the world?

Often, it is in the worst of times that you see the best in people. Nothing is more true than how the Japanese faced the recent Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami on the Northeast coast of Japan.
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