Southeast Asian Memories of Hiroshima
NHK WORLD-JAPAN Indonesian language reporter Aji Rokhadi retraces the stories of Southeast Asian youths who had been sent to study in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb fell. He speaks with two Indonesian siblings whose father was a survivor of the tragedy and a Japanese woman who spent time with him after the bombing.
Hasan Rahaya, the survivor of Hiroshima atomic bomb from Indonesia, and the Atomic Bomb Dome
Hasan's children, Deden Rochmawaty and Ferdy Hasan
After the bombing, Kurihara Meiko, a resident of Hiroshima, spent a week with the Southeast Asian students.
Deden and Ferdy listen to Meiko's story of the time she spent with their father, Hasan Rahaya.