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Christchurch Earthquake

by Atsushi K.
(Ibaraki)

I have never been to New Zealand. But I know about New Zealand, because of the earthquake that occurred in Christchurch on February 22. When it happened, I was very surprised. A lot of Japanese died due to this earthquake. I was very sad.

I have heard New Zealand is a very good country, so I want to go there once. I saw a photograph of New Zealand on a web page. I am interested in Tongariro National Park. There is much nature. I want to hike there and see nature. Also I want to go to Te Wahipounamu, where the biggest Nature Reserve in New Zealand is located.

I will save up money very hard and I want to go to New Zealand during my university life.

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New Zealand has much nature
by: Gary Wolff

I agree, Atsushi. Like you, I've heard a lot of wonderful things about New Zealand, and have had the pleasure of knowing & working with a number of Kiwis here in Tokyo thru the years.

I also have never been to New Zealand, but hope I can visit there someday. Shall we go together? :-)

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