The “Flood Water” in Japan

Even in the aftermath of a devastating natural disaster, the floodwaters is still remarkably clean.

Simplified Chinese

超级台风“海贝思”于10月12日袭击日本,造成了巨大的破坏。到目前为止,台风已经远离日本并向北移动。尽管它已经造成了严重破坏和人员伤亡,一些网友却发现,日本受灾后涌入洪水的街道竟如此干净。

首先,最明显的就是水的颜色,十分清澈。如果在洪水中行走,低头就能看到洪水几乎清澈见底,可以看到脚面和地面。

第二个是日本街道中的洪水中几乎没有任何垃圾,因为他们确实在日常生活中不乱扔垃圾。很多外国游客都对日本街道的干净整洁程度印象深刻。不仅如此,日本人对垃圾分类也十分严格。

还有人感叹道:“日本有许多事情让我印象深刻。尽管日本人民面临许多自然灾害,但他们仍然顽强地努力工作,团结互助并迅速地重建他们的生活。”

Traditional Chinese

超級颱風“海貝思”於10月12日襲擊日本,造成了巨大的破壞。到目前為止,颱風已經遠離日本並向北移動。儘管它已經造成了嚴重破壞和人員傷亡,一些網友卻發現,日本受災後湧入洪水的街道竟如此乾淨。

首先,最明顯的就是水的顏色,十分清澈。如果在洪水中行走,低頭就能看到洪水幾乎清澈見底,可以看到腳面和地面。

第二個是日本街道中的洪水中幾乎沒有任何垃圾,因為他們確實在日常生活中不亂扔垃圾。很多外國遊客都對日本街道的干淨整潔程度印象深刻。不僅如此,日本人對垃圾分類也十分嚴格。

還有人感嘆道:“日本有許多事情讓我印象深刻。儘管日本人民面臨許多自然災害,但他們仍然頑強地努力工作,團結互助並迅速地重建他們的生活。”

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English Translation

The super typhoon "Hagibis" attacked Japan on October 12, causing tremendous damage. So far, the typhoon has moved away from Japan and moved north. Although it has caused serious damage and casualties, some netizens found that the flooded streets in Japan after the disaster were so clean.

First of all, the most obvious one is the color of the water; it is very clear. If you walk on the flood, you can see that the flood is almost crystal clear, you can see your foot and the ground.

The second is that there is almost no garbage in the flooded streets in Japan because they do not litter in their daily lives. Many foreign tourists are impressed by the cleanliness of the Japanese streets. Not only that, but the Japanese are also very strict with the classification of garbage.

Others sighed: "There are many things in Japan that impress me. Although the Japanese people are facing many natural disasters, they still work hard as usual, unite and help each other and quickly rebuild their lives."

Indonesia Translation

Topan super "Hagibis" menyerang Jepang pada 12 Oktober, menyebabkan kerusakan yang luar biasa. Sejauh ini, topan telah pindah dari Jepang menuju ke utara. Meskipun telah menyebabkan kerusakan serius dan korban jiwa, beberapa netizen menemukan bahwa jalan-jalan di Jepang yang tergenang banjir begitu bersih.

Pertama-tama, yang paling jelas adalah warna airnya, yang sangatlah jernih. Jika kamu berjalan di genangan banjir tersebut, kamu dapat melihat bahwa banjir itu hampir jernih 100%, sehingga anda dapat melihat kaki anda dan juga permukaan tanah.

Yang kedua adalah bahwa hampir tidak ada sampah di jalan-jalan Jepang yang tergenang banjir, karena mereka tidak membuang sampah sembarangan dalam kehidupan sehari-hari mereka. Banyak turis asing yang terkesan dengan kebersihan jalan-jalan di Jepang. Tidak hanya itu, orang Jepang juga sangat ketat dengan pemisahan sampah.

Yang lain menghela nafas: "Ada banyak hal di Jepang yang mengesankan saya. Meskipun orang-orang Jepang menghadapi banyak bencana alam, mereka masih tetap bekerja keras seperti biasanya, bersatu dan saling membantu dan dengan cepat membangun kembali kehidupan mereka."

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