The 17 year old Canadian teen sensation, Justin Bieber proved just how he was really sincere about helping Japan, especially after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear reactor problems the Japanese have suffered.
During Bieber’s visit, he was led into a room with children, boys and girls who came from the hardest-hit areas in the northeastern part of Japan. Candid as he is, he managed to somehow talk to the children through an interpreter while media people watched and clicked their cameras.
For his part, Bieber told the children, “Things can get better and things will get better. There can only be good times to come from this and my prayers go out to all of your families.”
US Ambassador to Japan, John Roos also commented to the media, “Events like Justin Bieber’s visit to Japan not only lift the spirits of young people in Japan but are an important contribution to the message to the world that Japan is safe to visit and open for business.”
It is firmly hoped that this action of Justin Bieber will send a definite message to other people.