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Today is March 11, which marks the anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan both with its initial impact, and with the nuclear scare that followed, and that continues to worry us. Last year, about a month after that date, I helped organize a global PechaKucha event we called Inspire Japan, to help [...]
This article was posted on March 11, 2012 under the category Books, Events, New Releases, News, and covers the following topics: 20x20, 3/11, ArchiAid, Architecture for Humanity, iBook, Inspire Japan, iPad, Kathmandu, March 11, PechaKucha, Tohoku
If you’ll allow me to put on my hat as executive director of the PechaKucha organization for a moment, I’d like to make a mention here of a big project we’ve been working on, the Global PechaKucha Day – Inspire Japan fundraiser, the core of which will happen this Saturday (April 16), with cities all [...]