As we remember some of the disasters, both natural and man-made, that have devastated and terrorized many nations across the globe, we look forward to moving forward while coming in better learned and better prepared.
One company determined to giving consumers the tools to help protect and preserve themselves in times of danger and disaster is Muji, a Japanese store popular for its “modern minimalism” (with a branch at Bonifacio High Street, Taguig). The appealing “no brand, brand” has come up with emergency kits that are not only useful, but fashionable as well. These kits were designed to handle most emergency situations (which is often what with all the typhoons in our country) and include the staples such as various food stuffs, batteries, bandages, even a t-shirt. Muji also used Twitter and Facebook for feedback and suggestions.