This is a film about the lives and experiences of people living in Tohoku. Love, pain, grief, and joy. These human qualities and their cultural traditions are what make them strong and susceptible. This feature documentary will be released later in 2015.
Contribution by Paypal can be made
The list of contributions can be found in 'Tohoku no Shingtsu' under 'Current Projects'.
Thank you for your contributions!
Japanese Association for Canadian Studies (JACS)
40th Annual Conference, Tokyo
September 12 - 13, 2015
International Career Seminar 2015
October 10 - 12, 2015
Fall 2015 Presentations
Aichi Medical University Nagoya
International Christian University of Tokyo
Aoyama Gakuin University
OTHER TOHOKU DISASTER SUPPORT that Linda Ohama has been directly involved in:
1. Coordinator of 'Ganbare Japan 2011' benefit concert, Queen Elizabeth Theatre Vancouver Canada raising over $200,000 donations. See
3. Establish the "Canada-Japan Kids for Kids Cloth Letters" project involving thousands of young people and a national exhibition tour of both Japan and Canada in over 60 cities. (see more below)
The cloth letters from Canada and Tohoku, plus a collection of original photos and poems launched at the Canadian Embassy's Prince Takamado Gallery in Tokyo from October-Decmeber, 2011. This exhibition continues to tour.