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Comments #9677590:


skycat

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Don't Panic 8 9, 8:41am

The Japanese weren't calm at Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923.

After an earthquake disaster, water from Tokyo rotted.
There were much people who drank the water and died.
Asahi Shimbun said "A Korean emigrant added a poison to our well."

The Japanese who became a panic have killed Korean immigrations in large numbers.

The Japanese now think it's most important that it's calm at an earthquake disaster.

I think every kind of person can do to make it gentle with an immigration when being abundant in a country.
But when a country fell into difficulty, I think it's difficult for every kind of person to make it gentle with an immigration.







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