bowing mannersThe earthquake and tsunami that walloped Japan left much of its coastline ravaged, but left one thing intact: the Japanese reputation for honesty.

In the five months since the disaster struck, people have turned in thousands of wallets found in the debris, containing $48 million in cash.


The “high level of ethical awareness” in the Japanese people is matched in their officials, who have spent countless hours tracking down people in shelters and elsewhere to return their valuables.

(READ the story from ABC News)

Thanks to Joel Arellano for submitting the story to our Facebook page!

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