Hiroshima has Peace Memorial Park, and it was our favourite hang-out spot, not because of the history, but because of its central location. I remember my host family trying to explain ‘I miss you’. It was difficult because Japanese didn’t have the same expression.Every time I went to the park, I saw the A-Bomb Dome, which was partially destroyed by the A-Bomb. People in Hiroshima didn’t have any resentment towards American people. One of the few phrases I learnt in the US was ‘never mind’.I also realised I was quite ignorant about the world.
His article about sexless Japan was shared more than 1,000 times on Facebook.
He has been to over 30 countries, from Eastern Europe to South East Asia, where he enjoyed talking to local people and listening to their stories.
There were a lot of international students (mostly European) in my university.
I absolutely loved meeting people from different countries.
Unlike when I was in high school, I made a lot of friends.
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