More Help and From Nearby: Taiwanese Volunteer Ministers Arrived in Japan

| Japan 13 April 2011 |

Proud to help: the Taiwanese Volunteer Ministers at Kaohsiung airport before taking off for the four-hour flight to Tokyo.

Ten Taiwanese Volunteer Ministers arrived in the Tokyo airport on the 10th of April to help in Japan.

They were welcomed by the Volunteer Minister team at the Tokyo Headquarters, received their orientation to the scene on the ground and deployed to Onagawa yesterday. The Taiwanese team is now working with the Scientology Volunteer Ministers in Onagawa, delivering assists and helping in any way possible.

Several members of the Taiwan team are seasoned disaster response Volunteer Ministers and were active after the floods in Taiwan holding seminars in Volunteer Minister technology, delivering assists to victims and cleaning up the area.