Korean Americans to Open Cyber History Course on Sex Slavery

Write : 2014-11-18 11:11:57 Update : 2014-11-18 16:53:58

Korean Americans to Open Cyber History Course on Sex Slavery

A cyber museum established by Korean Americans in the U.S. state of New Jersey will offer a course on the history of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery.
The Cyber Museum for Victims of Sexual Slavery during World War II said it will start offering the three-month course beginning January 2015.   
Press company and creator of the museum, Media Joha, said the history course is free and will run as long as there are students enrolled.
The classes will be taught in English and will be split into two groups consisting of adults and adolescents.
History professors along with Mac Han, the president of Media Joha, and Lee Seong-heon, a Korean-American pastor will be among the teachers.
Media Joha created the cyber museum in 2013. It also published, along with the South Korean government, the English edition of “Can You Hear Me?” a testimonial of 12 surviving sex slavery victims. 

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