As chairman of the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation, he's responsible for management of the city's peace museum, which recreates the experience of the city's atomic bomb survivors with graphic displays and images of the horrific reality of nuclear warfare.
What does HPCF stand for?
HPCF stands for Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation (Japan)
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- Health Professions Career and Education Directory (American Medical Association)
- High Performance Computing Education & Research Center
- High Performance Computation for Engineered Systems
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- High Performance Computing Facility (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts)
- Hollow Photonic Crystal Fibers (optical fiber type)
- Husky Pediatric Cancer Foundation (Seattle, WA)
- Hyde Park Cantonese Fellowship (at Austin, Texas)
- Handheld Protein Crystal Growth
- Harvard Private Capital Group
- High Performance Computer Graphics (various locations)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Hiroshima: Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation, 1980.
2) Right, Hiroshima survivor Takashi Teramoto, left, appears on a split screen with Steve Leeper, executive director of the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation.
The symposium will be co-hosted by the city of Hiroshima, the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation and the Asahi Shimbun.