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March 22nd, 2011
Learning to Manage Disasters in Malaysia

Many reports speculate that the rate of radiation is considered to be threatening the people of the world where the wind could carry radioactive waste and the people said to be no exception will be negatively affected.

Rakyat Malaysia is also a panic when receiving SMS (Short Message) requested not to leave their homes, avoid contact with rain and close all the windows because the wind will lead to radioactive radiation as well. Currently, Malaysia’s air safety is not compromised, because the effects of hydrogen gas released from the nuclear reactor explosion is not quite, but the government agency responsible for issuing a statement that the leak was at a safe level.

The lessons we get from this disaster is how we can manage the public panic about the disaster that occurred. We might understand if this happened in Malaysia, the panic and fear will cause many people blame the government, as happened early stage to save the students and the people who are trapped in a protest over the administration of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in February.

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