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Published on Aug 28, 2014
George Takei meets students using drama and journalism to keep the legacy of Hiroshima alive. In addition, Takei visits The Hiroshima Archive in Tokyo, where Google Earth is used to pinpoint Hiroshima survivors.
About Takei's Take: In the second season of Takei's Take, host George Takei leaves the studio and voyages across the globe, exploring technology and trends that change the way we live and reshape our world. From MIT's Age Lab in Boston to Tokyo's next generation robotics, Takei provides viewers with unprecedented access to cutting edge innovation and the scientists, artists and engineers making it all happen.
Takei's Take is an Original AARP Web Series and part of the AARP YouTube Network
Created By: George Takei and Nicole Shea Executive Producers: Brad Takei, Nicole Shea, David Kleiler Tammy Gordon, Ashley Kaplan Produced By: AARP and Fullscreen Written and Directed By: David Kleiler Edited By: Stan Okumura Head of Production: Ryan Cooper Producer: Michel DeAscentiis Japanese Producer: Misako Furukawa Consulting Producer: Michael Greenwald Production Supervisors: Rhiannon Apple. Ashanti Ishakarah Camera Operators: John Wate, David Kleiler, Stan Okumura Audio Mixer: Steve Yasui Hair / Make Up / Stylist: Mayuri Ogura Head of Post: Adam Ford Assistant Editors: Stan Okumura, Mariel Song, and Meredith Hicks Translation: Mariel Song Additional Editing: David Kleiler, Jose Guzman Media Relations: Michelle Alvarez Social: Jen Lee Reeves Channel Manager: Angela Woronick Production Assistants: Yoshitate Kuremura, Bruce Yamakawa
Materials Credits: Photo of Kaz Suyeishi by David McNew/Getty Images Photo of Kaz Suyeishi and Steve Nguyen: Courtesy of Steve Nguyen Excerpts from Hibakusha and ass. touring footage: Courtesy of Steve Nguyen Additional screen recordings of Hiroshima Archive source: http://hiroshima.mapping.jp/ge.html