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Podcast 280 : Japan Quake Update – Prints for Japan Project

I'm back home in Tokyo, after a month at sea, voyaging to the Antarctic, the Falkland Islands and Patagonia. It's been over a month since the last episode, which I released literally as my studio started to shake in that terrible quake that devastated much of Northern Japan on March...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
14 Comments
  • sivasubbarayan
    Posted at 15:28h, 27 April Reply

    Dear Martin,
    I have been lurking your blog for quite sometime. I cannot just leave without commenting on this one. Having lived in Japan for an year, I have special place in my heart for Japanese people and their culture. The earthquake and tsunami last month were certainly devastating and nature is challenging human race with it’s extremes. My prayers and thoughts goes to all Japanese people and in particular to those live in Fukushima. I wish them a speedy recovery. Being a country with significant elderly people, perhaps Japan should think about welcoming more immigrant and make use of them as economic stimulants. This is my humble opinion. It will be mutually beneficial to both the countries.

    This is great initiative and I honestly appreciate your efforts. I will try to support this cause as much as I could.

    Sincerely,
    sivasubbarayan.

  • Martin Bailey
    Posted at 15:31h, 27 April Reply

    Siva! Great to hear from you, and thank you for your kind message.

    I’m so pleased that you appreciate the hardships that Japan is facing right now, and any support you can give is awesome!

    All the best!

    Martin.

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