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The frustration of trying to communicate with family in Japan

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As the rest of the world waits to see if Japan can avoid a nuclear catastrophe, University of Florida Graduate assistant Taketo Nakao waits for his next phone call from his family in Japan. Nakao shares his experience with Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel. He shares the difficulty communicating over the phone and e-mail to a country undergoing a crisis.

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