A regional tourist organization in northeastern Japan held a training session Saturday to prepare some international citizens in the city to end up being leaders that can aid others from overseas when all-natural disasters struck the location.
The Sendai Tourism, Convention as well as International Association really hopes international citizens with great Japanese language abilities will certainly share details, such as discharge directions from federal government entities, to those that do not comprehend Japanese well.
A total amount of 25 Sendai citizens with origins in over 15 nations consisting of China, South Korea, as well as Vietnam participated in Saturday’s session, paying attention to a lecture by Shunwai Tan, a calamity administration leader from Soja, Okayama Prefecture in western Japan.
Tan, a 46-year-old guy from Brazil, shared his experience of equating discharge details right into several languages as well as spreading it with social media sites when hefty rainfalls as well as flooding ravaged western Japan in 2018.
Shunwai Tan, a calamity administration leader, provides a lecture, sharing his experience of equating discharge details right into several languages as well as spreading it with social media sites when hefty rainfalls as well as flooding ravaged western Japan in 2018. (Kyodo)
“Foreigners are not weak. We can be on the side of supporting others,” Tan claimed.
Hazem Abbas from Egypt, that is examining at a graduate institution of Tohoku University, was one more individual in the training session.
“After hearing the story of (Tan) serving as a disaster management leader, I became able to imagine myself (in that role),” Abbas claimed. Both Tan as well as Abbas talked in Japanese.
According to the Sendai city federal government, 13,746 foreigners, consisting of trainees, live in the funding of Miyagi Prefecture with its populace of 1.09 million as of July 1. But the district is not positive sufficient that discharge details will certainly reach them in times of calamity.
People participate in a training session held by the Sendai Tourism, Convention as well as International Association to prepare some international citizens in the city to end up being leaders that can aid others from overseas when all-natural disasters struck the location. (Kyodo)
“We are hoping they will learn how people should act when natural disasters occur and support others in times of contingencies,” an authorities of the organization claimed.
The following training session will certainly be held in August, throughout which individuals are anticipated to check out puts marked as discharge sanctuaries in the city, according to the organization.
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