ABS-CBN reporter Jeff Canoy visits Japan six months after deadly earthquake


PRESS STATEMENT FROM ABS-CBN:

"Japan was a picture of death and devastation last March when a magnitude-9 earthquake rocked the land, a huge tsunami swallowed its north-east part, and radiation scare engulfed its inhabitants.

"But six months later, the Land of the Rising Sun is back on its feet. So are its citizens and the Filipinos living and working there. How did the economic superpower rise above the rubbles left by the triple disasters?

"Join Jeff Canoy as he visits Filipinos staying and working in Japan tomorrow (September 27) in Patrol ng Pilipino. Hear their stories about living in Japan--before, during and after the earthquake, the tsunami and radiation threat.

"What made them stay and work in Japan despite all they have been through?

"Through its citizens' eyes and our fellow Filipinos, see how Japan brought back its resilience and brilliance. Catch stories of strength and bravery in Patrol ng Pilipino, tomorrow (September 27) after Bandila on ABS-CBN, or watch it earlier on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable Ch. 26), 9:15 pm."

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