April 7, 2011

Some Leave, Others Remain/去る者、残る者

Some leave, while others remain, and even join the cleanup efforts, as this article reports.

MONKEY MAJIK is a band of four, two Canadians and two Japanese.

They have produced some nice songs like Tada, Arigato (It's Only A Thank You).

Sorry, for no particular reasons, I can't bring myself to posting about food for now.


MONKEY MAJIKは4人のバンドで、二人はカナダ人、二人は日本人です。




Lisa said...

Thank you for sharing the music video, Hiroyuki-san. Don't worry! When you are ready to talk about food again, we readers will still be here. In the mean time, please take care of yourself. :)

Kiki said...

Dear Hiroyuki-san
I am also waiting for more interesting ideas about okara but if you don't feel like cooking and telling, it is fine with me. Don't worry, japan will get stronger while surrendering this hardships. Don't be so angry about the "flying" foreigners. Most of them were told to leave by family, ambassies or employers. Some of them are just scared. From some point of view it seems as if the gods have left. They cannot cope and maybe they are not associated (enough) to your society, history and culture. I don't know if this will console but most of the people here admire the japanese people for their strength and calm attitude. Ganbatte

Hiroyuki said...

Lisa and Kiki: Thanks for your comments.

Kiki, don't get me wrong, I'm not angry at all about those who have left this country. Everyone is free to live wherever they want. It's only that it's sometimes depressing to see all those who have suffered and are still suffering in the hard-hit areas on TV and other media. That's only human.

For now, I'm thinking of making cheesecake with either cow's milk and soy milk.

Nancy Heller said...

Thinking of you and wishing you and your family well in these difficult times.

Hiroyuki said...

Nancy Heller: Thank you! And, I'm thinking of those in the afflicted areas, especially the ones I personally know of.