Taipei, June 6 (CNA) Taiwanese and South Korean groups dedicated to women’s
rights are organizing a summer trip for Taiwanese teenagers to South Korea to learn more about the issue of “comfort women,” women forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II.
As part of the program, 15 Taiwanese aged 16-18 will visit Daegu City in South Korea from Aug. 17-19, according to the Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation.
During the trip, participants will visit the Museum of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan, call on surviving Korean comfort women, watch related documentaries and attend seminars to discuss human rights in Asia. [FULL STORY]