Norwegian Ninjas support Northeast Japan
As we know, on 11 03 2011, a Magnitude 9 Earthquake in Northeast Japan caused an enormous Tsunami, which took away 12500 lives, with another 16000 people reportedly still missing under the debris. In addition, the Tsunami caused a serious crisis at the Nuclear Power plants in Fukushima.
The Ninja Technique X crew is honored to be part of the upcoming charity poster exhibition POSTERS FOR JAPAN at DogA (Norsk Design og Arkitektur senter), Oslo 20th – 21st May. The Exhibition is held to raise donations for the earthquake and tsunami victims. We hope to see you at the opening session tomorrow the evening of May 20th!
Says Ninja Technique artist Mr. Jamtli, “Every Norwegian with a little Ninja in their blood has been effected greatly by the disaster that hit Japan. HMKN has received the honour of being one of 100 artists, architects and authors contributing for the fund relief poster exhibition “Posters for Japan, 100 Ting til ettertanke”. We hope to see many fans of the Norwegian Ninja universe there, and remember this is your chance to get your hands on the first (and only) poster ever printed from “Ninjatechnique X”.
Støttegruppe for Nordøst-Japan is formed by 15 Japanese living in Oslo. They are registered as a charity group, and support those who suffered from this disaster in Japan. They focus on donating money through smaller or locally based Non-Governmental Organizations and Non Profit Organizations which reach out to the people who really need the help. It is easy to donate through big charit organizations. However, they believe it will be much more effective and helpful to send donations through the smaller organizations, since they are the ones who really see what is going on in and around the area and know what kind of help the victims actually need. The money raised will be donated 100% to several small charitable organizations.
Ending note: Norwegian Ninja will be screened in Tokyo on May 26th, in the Arctic Hall of the Norwegian Embassy. Click here to visit Norwegian Ninja’s official moviesite on Facebook for more information. Wether you live in Tokyo or elsewhere, we hope you can make it!