Shako Liu

USC's Neon Tommy

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Reporter at Neon Tommy, a digital news site at USC, where she is getting her masters in journalism

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The Korean comfort woman statue in Glendale was unveiled last month, reigniting the conversation about former sex slaves of Japanese soldiers during World War II.

Ahead of WWII anniversary, Korean ‘comfort women’ statue brings dark history to Glendale

The Korean comfort woman statue in Glendale was unveiled last month, reigniting the conversation about former sex slaves of Japanese soldiers during World War II.

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