Author: Jenny Xin Luan

Born and raised in Beijing, China, Jenny came to Hiroshima in September 2018. After graduating from Oberlin College in the U.S. in 2018, she started interning at ANT-Hiroshima and UNITAR Hiroshima Office. She treasures the perspectives she has gained from having lived in different countries. She wants to write about Hiroshima from a global angle by telling stories of people and examining international trends of peace circle. The goal is to spread the peace message further to the Chinese-speaking audience and more.

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    Hibakusha Story: Suzuko Numata

    Tweet Watch a short version of Hiroshima Hibakusha Suzuko Numata’s interview on ANT-Hiroshima’s YouTube Channel: Below is a short excerpt from Numata-san’s testimony archived on Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum […]

  • My personal Digestion of the National Conflicts – Meeting Shoaib and Ahmed

    I found my voice in the peace narrative here. I can do little with the conflicts between nations, but I can share with people more perspectives and the universal lessons of Hiroshima to make their own judgment. The goal is one - while looking back, to make harmony for the future.

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    People of ANT-Hiroshima – Liam Walsh, intern

    Tweet An Australian 23-year-old from Adelaide who lives in Okayama speaks fluent Japanese – in Hiroshima-ben (the dialect of Hiroshima). This is ANT intern, Liam Walsh, a fourth-year student majoring […]

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    Small Steps to International Peace Dialogue in Rural Hiroshima

    Tweet University Peace Exchange Program at Fukutomi Star Terrace 福富・星降るテラス At Fukutomi Star Terrace 福富・星降るテラス in the countryside of Hiroshima, an international exchange on peace is sprouting among the next […]

  • ANT-Hiroshima Introductory Pamphlet Available in Chinese Now!

    Tweet We are excited to announce that the Chinese version of ANT-Hiroshima pamphlet was born with the help of our intern, Jenny Xin Luan. As Japan enters the new era […]