Pinoy wives in Japan's tsunami-hit area find comfort in church
"Diyos ko po." When the ground shook and buildings trembled that cold afternoon in March 2011, the Tagalog prayer which means "God please help me" were the first words that came instantaneously from Gina Konishi.
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Everything Is Parody and Deception in Japanese History
It is an outrageous revelation.
Probably, Japan will be a mere miserable nation.
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