Final issue offers vows for the future / Animals also earthquake victims
"Mottainai!" ("What a waste!")
Jobs for the disabled
Okonomiyaki sizzles as Hiroshima revives
Peace interaction with U.S. students
Conveying the A-bomb experience to teens
Not appearing in this issue
Susumu Amato and his wife Yurie "Grateful for their survival"
Yoshinori Kuniwake "Encouraged by A-bombed trees"
Fujio Torikoshi "Scar on neck is ever-present reminder"
Kenji Takashina "Mother and friend pass away in front of his eyes"
Sachiko Masuno,Toyoko Kodama "Indelible scars on the body, in the mind"
Iwao Kimura "Father and younger sisters lost to the atomic bomb"
Girls' School of Hiroshima Electric Railway
Hitoshi Shimamura "Play" is vital for society
Mioi Nakayama, Part 3 "Open up children's minds and bodies through dance"
Mioi Nakayama, Part 2 "Powerless feeling over poverty inspires action"
Mioi Nakayama, Part 1 "India has the largest number of child laborers"
Hiroshi Kunita, Part 3 "Fukushima questions our way of life"
Hiroshi Kunita, Part 2 "Energy of new generation can bring change"
Hiroshi Kunita, Part 1 "Assessing needs to provide support to victims of disaster"