The Biebs continues to impress us with his involvement in Japan!
Earlier this month, we were VERY pleased to learn that Justin Bieber was going to continue his Japan tour, despite his crew reportedly flat-out refusing to participate out of fear of nuclear radiation and future earthquakes.
Now, Justin is leaving a positive mark on Japan in another way - by visiting Japanese children and reassuring them that things will be all right.
Here's what he said to a group of Japanese children, many of whom were affected by the March 11 tsunami:
"Things can get better and things will get better. There are only good times to come."
And here's what one child said to Justin, reading from a card that the group wrote to him:
"We have friends who lost their family and their homes, some have left our school. The town is covered with wreckage and it will take a long time to get back to normal. But we will work hard for this. Please give us courage through your music."
Truly heartwarming! We think it's wonderful that Justin took the time to meet with these children and show them support, especially since they clearly look up to him so much!
Thanks for being an inspiration, Justin! We're very impressed!
[Image via AP Images.]