BOSTON (TheStreet) -- This weekend marks the three-month anniversary of earthquakes that ravaged Japan.The disaster has long fallen from the front page of America's newspapers and top-of-the-hour broadcasts. It is not surprising that the tragic events have ceased to be top-of-mind -- American media (and consumers of it) have a notorious habit of leaping out of global coverage as quickly as they are to pile in. But there is another reason why we may not be talking much about Japan these days: the lack of drama.
|Things are still in crisis mode in Japan since a massive March 11 earthquake, but the nation's stoic, get-back-to-work approach has made its recovery matter-of-fact. Americans may have something to learn from Japan's reaction.|