Aiko's Journey, Part 1

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - 216 pages

Seventy five years ago, while Korea was under the Japanese suppression, children of Korean-Japanese mixture were rare phenomena. The author, whose parents were Korean and Japanese, would like to tell the story of her life from 1929 to 1945. This is also a record of social life of very ordinary citzens. By reading the story, one can have a glimpse of life in Japan, Korea and China prior to the end of World War II. Aiko's journey continues.


 

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Contents

Acknowledgment
3
Foreword
5
Chapter I
7
Chapter II
27
Chapter III
49
Chapter IV
61
Chapter V
72
Chapter VI
77
Chapter X
117
Chapter XI
123
Chapter XII
127
Chapter XIII
138
Chapter XIV
159
Chapter XV
175
Chapter XVI
187
Chapter XVII
197

Chapter VII
86
Chapter VIII
102
Chapter IX
107
Chapter XVIII
212
About the Author
215
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