Sonia Narang is a multimedia reporter who has covered stories from Japan and India for the New York Times, GlobalPost, PBS NewsHour, and the Wall Street Journal. She worked as editor for the AOL community news site in Los Angeles, and as a video journalist for NBC News in New York City. She was also an associate interactive producer at the PBS international documentary program Frontline/World. She has a Master's Degree in journalism and documentary filmmaking from the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Today’s aftershock didn’t cause much physical damage, but it was a chilling jolt to a population already on edge. Sonia Narang on how last month’s tsunami devastated Japan’s national psyche. Plus, see photos, video, and Twitter updates from Japan.