"I was shocked. Earthquake is common in Japan, but not a tsunami," Hannah told The Daily Chilli exclusively.
"Everyone there, including me, has got an earthquake kit that we can buy from the supermarket."
"I have personally experienced many quakes while living in Tokyo. You can still run in the streets if there is earthquake. But how do you run from a tsunami?"
Luckily, the singer/model/TV host - voted as Malaysia's sexiest female celebrity by FHM magazine last year - was back in Kuala Lumpur to do her visa when the catastrophe happened.
"But I was supposed to be back in Tokyo with my parents in the middle of March. By then, we had the nuclear reactor blast," she said.
To do her bit in helping Japan - a place Hannah calls her second home these days - the hot lass is 'auctioning' herself off at a charity gala dinner on April 2, jointly organised by Max Generation Sdn Bhd and Eastin Hotel in Petaling Jaya.
"The highest bidder can join me for a karaoke session," she enthused. "I'm hoping to raise RM100,000."
Guests attending the Japanese cultural dinner can expect a fun evening with Hannah while donating to a good cause.
Other highlights of the event would be a charity auction hosted by Steve Dawson, ESPN Star Sports F1 race commentator.
Also lending a helping hand is Malaysian top racer Alex Yoong, who would personally drive the most generous donor around the Sepang F1 circuit in a Ferrari F430.
A vacation package at the Datai Langkawi, and a dinner at the Ma Maison restaurant, hosted by Air Asia icon Datuk Seri Tony Fernades would also be thrown in.
Interested parties can purchase corporate tables (10 pax) at the event for RM2,030. Further donations in cash and kinds would be highly appreciated.
For more details, call Eastin Hotel at 03-7665-1111. - By Noorsila Abd Majid