Nov 27, 2017

Japanese mayor says he’ll end SF sister city status over comfort women statue - SFGate

The mayor of Osaka, Japan, is making good on his threat to sever the sister-city relationship with San Francisco because of a Chinatown memorial honoring women forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese military before and during World War II. The bronze sculpture that was placed in St. Mary's Square in September shows three teenage girls holding hands next to an older woman...

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