China’s Abortion Restriction Raising Frustration
Among the guidelines was a portion that stated China’s government would work to reduce the number of abortions for “non-medical purposes,” a huge turnaround from the country’s history of pro-abortion policies.
What Has Become of You, Korea?
Despite the controversies concerning the undertaking of the Olympics itself that continued to arise throughout the proceedings of the event, the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 proved to be another successful experiment amid the COVID melancholy.
"Mary Lynn Bracht's 2018 novel White Chrysanthemum is a story about comfort women in Korea, who were exploited as sex slaes in the Japanese occupation.
Human Rights of South Korean Soldiers
This large number owes itself to the conscription of South Korea that mandates all men in their 20s or 30s to serve from a year and a half to two years in the military.