Chinese Woman Breaks Silence on Sex Slavery Horror – China Daily

From China Daily:

Zhou Fenying is a living witness to the dark history that still poisons China’s relations with more than 60 years after World War Two.

hen Zhou was 22, Japanese soldiers came to her village in eastern China, grabbed her and her sister-in-law and carted them off to a military brothel, she says.

Now 91, Zhou has broken decades of silence to speak of her traumatic experience as a “comfort woman” — the euphemism the invading Japanese used to describe women forced into sex slavery….[Full Text]

- Photo: Zhou Fenying (R) (from Yangzi Eveing News via China Daily)
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