Taiwan's first 'comfort women' museum opens after decade of effort

12/10/2016 06:54 PM
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Taipei, Dec. 10 (CNA) The first museum in Taiwan dedicated to "comfort women" -- females who were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II -- opened Saturday in the historic Dadaocheng area in Taipei, after a decade of challenges.


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