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Discussion in 'German Open / All England / Swiss Open 2011' started by george@chongwei, Mar 11, 2011.
You mean Haneda and Narita are not operating at the moment ?
I read it from Sin-Chiew newspaper this morning, it says Haneda and Narita are closed and a few shinkansen lines have stop operation.
OMG! Then there must be tens of thousands of tourists trapped in Tokyo.
Maeda Miyuki's sister lives in Miyagi-ken, she must now concern about her sis. Communication broke down is a very big problem because we don't know their safety, we can't contact them. I am still unable to contact my friend.
The communications are now being restored. One of the TV channels has gotten through to the city of Sendai. It depends on which part of Miyagi prefecture her sister is staying; on the coast or further inland, and whether the area is a lowland, or if there are elevated parts. In some areas, the tsunami travelled more than 5 km inland. Currently, it is confirmed that more than 600 have lost their lives and over 700 are missing. So I think the chances are that her sister is safe.
hopefully she is safe. But, I still can't reach my friend.
Don't worry. Unless they revise the numbers, the chances are that your friend is safe. The communications to individuals may take some time to restore.
Now is the time for Japanese players to step up to the occasion & bring some much needed joy to their country, they are guaranteed a final's place in WD, another final's place in WS is also very much possible.
The broadcasters should have taken this into consideration and let the Japanese players be on the TV courts.
Don't worry, you will see them in final
I believe in Hirose, hope she do it! Do it for their country!
That's a very good decision indeed.
Hope Japan can at least grab a title here.. do it for JAPAN!
More from NHK TV: People outside a 10km radius from the Fukushima-Daiichi plant should be safe. About 80,000 people live within a 10km radius of the plant, and evacuations of those people began at 1000 local time.
Some 5.6 million Japanese homes are reported to be without power, and more than one million without water.
The quake death toll rises to more than 700, the AFP news agency reports
No doubt about that. But it was supposed to be both the semis AND the finals .
too bad Yamada has lost, otherwise, it would be a perfect day.
Ha ha, that's asking for a little too much.
I thought he could at least advance to the SF after beating TH and WZM. Too much hope that's why I am ended with disappointment.
He's probably too tired after all that exertion. But it shows that he can also beat the good players .