> Hi Rudy,
> Patricia here, we sat next to each other at the ICT workshop in Mexico
> recently. I must say I am truly over come with much sympathy to you and
> the people of Indonesia and all the other countries which have suffered
so terribly from the tsumani which affected you. Rudy, it is really
> us to imagine the magnitude of such a disaster, the photographs we see
> And the stories... I do not know really when you all will recover from
> distruction, and to think it is not just one country but several at one
[rr] Dear Patricia
Thank you for your symphaty... It is a big disaster of the century and it
affected many countries in the regions.
We thank you for people all over the world that put sympathy and give
donations to Indonesia, Srilangka, India and other countries that were hit
by the tsunami
I think for many in Aceh...they will never be recovered...because for some
of the city...they almost completely lost everything.
Many families loss their relatives...
What can we say Rudy? this is not a man made disaster, it is
> so we just have to accept it and hope for the best. It is good that
> international assistance is coming in, our country too will be doing what
> can to support the relief effort.
> If you lost friends or relatives please try to be strong and my prayers
> with you at this time. Remember Mrs Rubio from the Phillipines, they also
> had a devastating typhoon recently.
[rr] Yes...our countries like Philipines and probably like your country
(Jamaica) are islands countries... and tsunami often hit our countries...
just last week there is a terrible earthquake in Nabire Papua just East of
Indonesia...and now the big tsunami hit the East most part of Indonesia
Again thank you for your symphaty and concern...Have a Happy New Year 2005
and if there is anything that we may share with you on CAP and internet
center please let us know.
How is the follow up so far from the workshop in Mexico ?
Regards, Rudi Rusdiah
> Kind regards.