Posted Date: 26/06/2018
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Osaka Earthquake Tourists Can't Learn Japanese Helpless Japanese Media: Improve Foreign Language Services

Original title: Osaka Earthquake Chinese tourists don't know Japanese

Osaka Japan police blocked the damaged road

Profile picture: On June 18, in Osaka, Japan, the police blocked the damaged road.

Reference News Network reported on June 26th that Japanese media stated that many foreign tourists and people from Japan and overseas from Japan during the earthquake in Osaka Prefecture in Japan were overwhelmed by their inability to understand Japanese disasters and traffic information. In order to usher in the Osaka G-20 summit next year and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the foreign language response will become a topic.

According to a report by Kyodo News on June 25, a male (27 years old) from China, currently living in Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, said that he did not know there was an evacuation point. On the day of the quake, a family of nine people squeezed in a car and feared in the aftershocks. In the middle. The next day, she was informed by a nearby female household to go to the evacuation site. He said that the disaster guide issued by the Japanese government department was Japanese, so he did not read it.

According to reports, Ehin (21), from Suzhou, China, was hit by an earthquake while travelling in Osaka. However, no information on foreign languages ??was broadcast on the stations and in the streets. Ehin did not know whether there was a need to evacuate, conducted inquiries through China’s social networking sites (SNS), etc., and called for the dissemination of information in English at least before the Tokyo Olympics.

The report also stated that there is a mechanism to support foreigners? The Osaka International Exchange Foundation, which is dedicated to the internationalization of Osaka, translated the disaster information into eight languages ??and published it on Facebook. The Osaka Tourism Bureau also published disaster information and traffic information on the home page immediately after the earthquake, and also visited the main station. Start a response.

The report pointed out that in fact, the existence of these aids is not widely known. 

Osaka Earthquake Chinese tourists don't know Japanese


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