“Sour” referred to working in a place nobody else had wanted to go to; “sweet” referred to seeing the bright smiles of Japanese residents in the area; “bitter” referred to the hard labor the job required; and “spicy” referred to the icy baths.
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FACING DOWN DISASTER:A probation office volunteer, inspired by the film ‘Schindler’s List,’ raised funds to take young offenders to quake-hit Iwate Prefecture as volunteers
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