Criticism after Japan festival drops 'comfort women' film | Inquirer Lifestyle
A picture of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) is seen behind a statue (L front) of a teenage girl symbolising former "comfort women", who served as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during World War II, during a demonstration demanding the Japanese government's formal apology near the Japanese embassy in Seoul on September 18, 2019. - South Korea on September 18 officially dropped Japan from its "white list" of trusted trade partners, the latest move in a bitter row stemming from Tokyo's use of forced labour during World War II. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP)

Criticism after Japan festival drops ‘comfort women’ film