A Survivor’s Voice – Part 2

Another tale from 1945 Hiroshima, retold as understood through the interpreter. Again, tread carefully, this story is even more potent than Part 1 and contains some graphic descriptions. Part 2 is the account of Taeko Teramae. When the bomb went off, Taeko was 15 years old and a mobilized middle school student, 550 meters from… Continue reading A Survivor’s Voice – Part 2

A Survivor’s Voice – Part 1

Recently I recalled moments of my time in Japan as a student and looked everywhere for pieces of my journal I couldn't find. But I found them at last, so I'm able to share a part of my experience with you. However, today's content is quite potent, so tread carefully. When I studied abroad in… Continue reading A Survivor’s Voice – Part 1