NANJING, SeptThe province and Toronto Police Service to create a task force to crack down on vehicle thefts.. 19 (Xinhua) — An exhibition revealing the monstrous crimes of the forced recruitment of “comfort women” by the Japanese troops during World War II opened on Saturday in Nanjing, capital of east China’s Jiangsu Province.
The exhibition, jointly organized by the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders and the Independence Hall of KoreaOntario opens COVID-19 vaccine bookings to hot-spot residents 18 and older; Canada to receive 2M vaccine doses this week, shows how the Japanese army brutally implemented the “comfort women” system in China and the Korean Peninsula.
Among the exhibitswill fully reopen., a pair of scissors has attracted the attention of many visitorsThis week and next. Its owner, born in 1922, was still a student when she was abducted by the Japanese army and forced to become a “comfort woman.”
She was later ransomed by her family and joined the anti-Japanese military force. But that part of her experience scarred her for life. After her traumatic ordeal, she began to put a pair of scissors under her pillow to fall asleep.