China News Service, December 3, according to a report from Japan's New Overseas Chinese News, during the epidemic, some Japanese restaurants closed, closed down, shortened business hours, etc., and the economic income of foreign students in Japan also decreased.
The International Exchange Center of Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan pointed out that after the outbreak, some families of international students took time to receive their remittances, and others lost part-time jobs. The number of financially struggling international students is rapidly increasing.
In order to support their lives, the Fukuoka Prefectural International Exchange Center began to distribute rice and high-temperature steamed bags of food to privately funded international students in the prefecture.
The center called on local companies and governments to actively donate to ensure that it can help 100 international students every month, and distribute supplies to 400 international students in November.
According to reports, there are also Chinese students who have benefited from the kind deeds of Fukuoka Prefecture.
Niigata Food and Agriculture University also started distributing rice and canned food to about 70 international students from Asian countries in Japan in October.
Starting in November, Okayama University has donated rice, wheat, and high-temperature cooking bags by faculty and staff to distribute to about 100 African and Chinese students.
An international student from Tokyo said in an interview with the “New Overseas Chinese Newspaper” that “prevention and control of the epidemic requires people to keep distance, but in fact, only the mutual assistance of people can overcome the impact of the epidemic. Including poverty and loneliness." (Li Feiyi)