They participate in volunteering activities, conduct campaigns to help fight the new coronavirus and raise funds for hospitals, they get involved to support the medical staff, but also for donations of medicines and equipment. They are winners of important beauty contests, and now they are trying to help their peers.
Asian shares skidded on April 21 after U.S. oil futures plunged below zero with storage for crude nearly full as demand collapses due to the pandemic.
Shares fell in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai and New York stock futures retreated after the S&P 500 sank 1.8% overnight, giving up some big gains from last week.
Japan will begin to pay 100,000 yen (about $ 930) in financial aid to each citizen in May, Tarō Asō, the country's deputy prime minister and finance minister, told a news conference in Tokyo.
The aim is to help all families, regardless of income, in dealing with the damage the coronavirus epidemic has caused to the country's economy.