Thursday, May 19, 2011

Justin Bieber lifts spirits in tsunami-hit Japan

Bieber Brought Joy To Japanese Tusnami Children and I Think It's Awesome! Well Done Bieber! You have the potential of doing much more for the deserving and boy You are only 17! Indeed You Are Blessed!

Tokyo (CNN) -- You've likely heard the idiom, "politics makes strange bedfellows." In Tokyo, at the U.S. Ambassador's Residence, the saying came to life as teen heartthrob Justin Bieber, the American and Canadian ambassadors to Japan and nine children from the tsunami-ravaged region of Japan gathered in a small room in front of the international press.

The 17-year-old Canadian pop star walked into the room with the children and squeezed onto a couch with them. The girls and boys, all representatives of some of the hardest-hit communities in northeastern Japan, shyly peered at Bieber as he made small talk with them.
"How old are you?" the singer asked one of the girls. "17," she replied. "I'm the same age!" he exclaimed.

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