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Tag Archives: tsunami
Fans of Cirque du Soleil shows will want to find their way to the Tokyo Disney Resort before the end of the year. “ZED” is closing at the end of 2011. The show has been performing to less than full … Continue reading
While Tokyo Disneyland has opened and Tokyo DisneySea draws closer to regular operations, much of northeast Japan is still dealing with the after effects of the twin earthquake and tsunami devastation. It’s nice to read a report of Disney sending … Continue reading
Playdom, a division of Disney Interactive Media Group, announced a program with the American Red Cross to support their efforts in helping those affected by the earthquake in Japan and tsunami throughout the Pacific. Playdom will be giving away virtual … Continue reading
A tragedy of giant proportions is playing out in Japan today. An 8.9 magnitude mega-earthquake has rocked the company and then the double whammy of twin tsunami’s swept across much of the country’s coast devastating villages and even threatening operations … Continue reading