The film opens with a scene that still haunts me: People standing on a hill watching the wave hit and their city being destroyed, calling out to others on lower ground to "hurry" to higher ground while a black, relentless wave that sends houses floating like surfers creeps in after them.
"I wended my way through and the crowds parted like the sea before Moses…Schoolchildren openly gawked, jaws gaping...Men watched my every move as if I might pull out a handgun and start shooting at any moment…
An enormous earthquake hit Japan on Friday, March 11.
Here are three interesting videos that highlight the importance of non-verbal communication.
Commentary on the documentary about Jimmy Mirikitani, the Japanese American artist who survived an internment camp, 9/11 and homelessness with the help of a local documentary film maker.
Using art to teach culture - Japanese Me - from teacher Nikita Hunter at a middle school in Brooklyn, NY, USA.