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This post was edited by robert237 at 2013-4-25 19:49
sunnylin01 Post time: 2013-4-23 23:23
Do you think China is any different from Japan in post quake relief? What can China learn from Jap ...

I think the Japanese could learn the most important lesson from China.
Do not build nuclear power plants with inferior and now all to obvious design flaws close to a major fault zone.
Would you rather live near in the worst part of the aftermath of this Chinese earthquake you are mocking or
live near the worst part of the aftermath of the Japanese earthquake you are so admiring?
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Japans earthquake aftermath

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Sorry, I couldn't find any photos comparing the radioactive contamination release of the Japan earthquake to that of
the recent China earthquake. Maybe that's because there was on radioactive release in the China earthquake.

If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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This post was edited by robert237 at 2013-4-25 18:50

Differences between China and Japan on post-quake relief

The biggest difference in post quake life between these two earthquakes will be how long Fukushima
and the surrounding areas will be radioactive, toxic, and uninhabitable
while all areas involved in the Lushan earthquake are free of such toxins and can be rebuilt and
inhabited immediately.

I'd say Japan has a lot more to learn from China than the other way around.
Rule #1. Do not built substandard and poorly designed nuclear power plants near major fault zones.
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The radioactivity release of the Japan earthquake
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I still can't find any photos of radioactivity released during the recent earthquake in China.
BECAUSE THERE WAS NONE.

The Japanese have more to learn from China than the Chinese do from Japan.

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Post time 2013-4-27 06:30:24 |Display all floors
japan is more orderly because they have to fix their ww2 image, not because they r like that. go back to kanto earthquake in the early 1900s, there was mass chaos and killing chinese for fun. even china helped them out, they invaded china years later with their kwantung army. u can fix manners over time but u cant fix character like how japanese govt keep provoking china over ww2 issues because they r part of the western anti china sphere. theres nothing to compare or learn from japanese.

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