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Japan: Earthquake, “how to protect yourself” in 30 languages

TUFS students launched a website with advices on risk management translated in more than 30 languages.
The website provides “a basic guide in several languages to what to do when you have to evacuate because of the earthquake.”

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  • Onklo ENG

    Unfortunately, the website does not have Esperanto version. Japan Esperanto Association just celebrated the 100th Japan Esperanto Congress in Tokyo. The webmaster should seek the Esperantists from Japan to help to translate it into Esperanto. There are thousands of Esperanto speakers in Japan as the Oomoto is using the Esperanto.

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