Message from Korean Pangaea Kids
Pangaea activity was held yesterday at UNESCO Mizy Center in Korea. In Tokyo, the last activity in Yoyogi Elementary School was canceled before relocation to Ebisu in April, as there may be blackouts while there are participating children who comes all the way to Yoyogi by train. Everybody was looking forward to the last activity at our familiar place where Pangaea spent seven long years and I am so sorry. I called each participant in person to let them know how sorry I am. While we were going through this in Tokyo, I received these messages from Mizy, with such words as "Fight!", "The world is one", "We support Japan" and pictographs... Our hearts are one. Everybody worries about us and cheers us up. I am really grateful to everybody in Seoul, facilitators and Mizy for their warm messages. As Pangaea children grow up, I imagine that they are going to take initiative to make better society.