As the Trump Administration considers its options to deal with North Korea, many in the Korean American community are watching for any update, big or small.
“We have uncles and aunts that still live in South Korea. We are definitely concerned about loved ones, Chon Lee told WISN.
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Gun control is one of the most sensitive issues that divides Americans and foreigners in the United States.
I was quite surprised that there were not many people who were against using guns when I first came to this country because guns are prohibited in my country of South Korea. In … Read more
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Representative Mike Honda (D-San Jose) is urging Japan to apologize for the atrocities done to the comfort women during World War II, reports the Global Post.
“It is time for the Japanese government to make a comprehensive apology and redress the grievances sought by the hundreds of thousands of women who were victimized under … Read more
The three – Hiromu Nakamaru, Yuzuru Nishida and Mio Sugita– are all from the country’s conservative Restoration party.
“They asked, ‘Why is a third country involved in this issue,’ when they … Read more
The bell was gifted nearly 40 years ago by former South Korean President Park Chung-hee to the United States as a symbol of strong ties between … Read more
A letter from the mayor of Glendale, CA to its sister city in Japan is bringing to the surface a deep rift caused by the city’s recently installed memorial to comfort women, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Mayor Dave Weaver sent a letter to the mayor of Higashiosaka expressing his regrets for … Read more
The researchers analyzed data on 49,184 cardiovascular deaths that occurred over nearly 10 years in China, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korea, India and … Read more