posted by Dyske
On March 18, 2011, the school my daughter attends, The Neighborhood School (PS363) in New York City, hosted a fundraising event for the victims of the Japanese earthquake and Tsunami. At the event, we filmed the students cheering for Japan, “Ganbare Nippon!”, which means “Don’t give up, Japan” or “Go Japan Go!”.
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