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    Rethinking Japanese and Korean history

    This book was touching and deeply impressive. This book is not only the story of a Korean woman who was forced to prostitution by Japanese soldiers during world war II, but it is also a beautiful story about the love between a mother and a daughter. The beginning of the book was quite confusing for me, such as the mental state of Akiko being traumatized after living in those camps. But the more the story unfold infront of me, the more I understood and was impressed. Very good book. Highly recommended.

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