Toshio Handa

Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California

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The toll of the dead and injured in Japan since Friday's earthquake and tsunami is more than 10,000 and still rising.

Southland's Japanese Community Reacts to Events in Japan

The toll of the dead and injured in Japan since Friday's earthquake and tsunami is more than 10,000 and still rising.

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