Kumamoto marks 4th anniversary of deadly quakes


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That picture is medically fitting.

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May all the affected people of Kumamoto when this earthquake happened have peace of mind and heart.Be strong and long live.

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One of the worst experiences of my life.

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One of the worst experiences of my life.

Sad to hear that.I was a student in Kumamoto for some years.

Typhoons were quite strong though..

I still have a few friends there and fond memories.

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That flower display is absolutely stunning to say the least, My condolences to the victims and their loved ones.

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I don't see much social distancing on the far right. No pun intended.

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Four years ago a plate slid off the kitchen counter for no apparent reason and broke, Eastern Standard Time. I learned soon after that a strong earthquake had hit Kumamoto Ken, where I grew up. As others have said, thoughts are with the families who lost their lives ones, and those who still lack housing. And, @starpunk yes, absolutely beautiful flower display.

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