M6.1 Earthquake in Osaka, Japan

In the morning of June 18th 2018, M6.1 earthquake had hit Osaka area, Japan.
It reminded me of two terrified earthquake memories in my life, in 1995 & 2011.

*Ref:
Why and how I came to India? [2]
https://qingxiang129.wordpress.com/2014/12/27/why-i-came-to-india-2/

Why and how I came to India[7]
https://qingxiang129.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/why-and-how-i-came-to-india7/

Fortunately, myself, Komori & our belongings were safe. But, it made me to terrify soooo much, because I do have horrible memories of huge earthquakes, they are one of my trauma.

M6.1 is not so small level earthquake though, still Government of Japan has not set up “hazard signal system” yet. Hong Kong uses this, and operations of “avoiding hazard control” is going well. I consider that Japan has to do the same thing also, but still now there are only “caution” level. Why Japanese government does not make people to stop commuting when serious disasters would been occurred, even huge nuclear plants disasters had been occurred. Government does not do it, therefore many people would lose their way to back home after earthquake/typhoon etc. It is INSANE!!

I do hope Japanese government will learn from Hon Kong how to control people’s commuting while disasters. Hong Kong are more advanced in some of their activities/issues than Japan.

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About Haruka_Qingxiang

Haruka Ito is a Japanese woman, who love Wushu(Chinese Martial Arts). Her athlete career is more than 20 years, she was Gold Medalist of Hong Kong International Wushu Festival, All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championships, All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Tournament, Osaka Wushu Taijiquan Championships. The number of Medals: 16 Gold, 6 Silver, 6 Bronze. Hobbies: Wushu, International Travelling, Reading Books, Learning Foreign Lanuages(English, Mandarein Chinese, Cantonese etc). The countries where been to: Australia, Hong Kong, China(Guangzhou, Nanjing), Macau, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia, Dubai, Malaysia and India.
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