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UNESCO’s warning to Japan and the legacy of Hashima Island; Kim So-Youn; Hankyoreh

Photo: Kim So-Youn

In July, UNESCO voiced strong regret that Japan had yet to implement changes reflecting the history of Japan’s use forced labor on the island…

Source: [Correspondent’s column] UNESCO’s warning to Japan and the legacy of Hashima Island

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