April 25, 2011
Quakebook: International Sorrow Finds an Outlet Online

Helpless in the face of nature’s wrath, a group of Japanophiles crowdsourced a book of essays and artwork to give a voice to those affected by Japan’s massive earthquake

Read more at The Atlantic
[Image: Quakebook]

Quakebook: International Sorrow Finds an Outlet Online

Helpless in the face of nature’s wrath, a group of Japanophiles crowdsourced a book of essays and artwork to give a voice to those affected by Japan’s massive earthquake

Read more at The Atlantic

[Image: Quakebook]

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