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     Issue No. 2(28)                                                                                                      AUGUST  7, 2013
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Last week a bronze statue of a young girl memorializing the victims as comfort women was dedicated in Glendale, California. Historians say as many as 200,000 women from East Asia were trafficked as comfort women during WWII. Overwhelming evidence is available describing atrocities committed by Japanese during their colonial period and yet they continue to deny their involvement - this arouses anger in the international community. The next day, I found news about Korean women working in massage parlors arrested for their illegal activity in Manhattan and Queens. It was not just one time news but some massage parlors were affiliated with large scale prostitution rings. Let's straighten out the issues here.  In both cases of human trafficking, past or present time, I presumed that there must be an agency, so called broker, in dirty business. Then who do you think were agents in those two scenarios? Japanese? American? I am pretty sure it must be Korean. If my assumption was true, before asking apology from Japan, I think the Korean government should apologize first to the comfort women for its inability to protect its own people and compensate their humility. Second, before enhancing the spirit of humanity in international society, it should educate its own people. Third, please stop using comfort women for politics. They already suffered enough. 

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Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus has threatened to pull NBC and CNN's access to the 2016 Republican primary debates unless those companies pull their current Hillary Clinton-related film projects. (Politico)
Jeff Bezos
Bezos, whose entrepreneurship has made him one of the world's richest men, will pay $250 million in cash for The Post and affiliated publications to The Washington Post Co., which owns the newspaper and other businesses. (WP)
Baseball says the Rodriguez ban is 'based on his use and possession of numerous forms of prohibited performance-enhancing substances, including testosterone and human growth hormone, over the course of multiple years.' (NY Daily)
Tons of contaminated groundwater from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant have overwhelmed an underground barrier and are emptying daily into the Pacific, creating what a top regulator has called a crisis. (NYT)
Kim Ki Hoon
South Korea's students rank among the best in the world, and its top teachers can make a fortune. Kim Ki-hoon earns $4 million a year in South Korea. Mr. Kim has been teaching for over 20 years, all of them in the country's private, after-school tutoring academies, known as hagwons. (WSJ)
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