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April 9, 1997 | JIM MANN
If you want to figure out what's happening in Japan and South Korea these days, it helps to look at underlying population trends. Nicholas Eberstadt, a Harvard University demographer, collects them. He delves through birth and death statistics for clues to the future. These numbers provide some perspective on today's news. Over the past few weeks, for example, Japan has been refusing to give rice to help relieve the famine in North Korea.
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April 9, 1997 | JIM MANN
If you want to figure out what's happening in Japan and South Korea these days, it helps to look at underlying population trends. Nicholas Eberstadt, a Harvard University demographer, collects them. He delves through birth and death statistics for clues to the future. These numbers provide some perspective on today's news. Over the past few weeks, for example, Japan has been refusing to give rice to help relieve the famine in North Korea.
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July 20, 1995 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oh Chol Hwang beholds the handcuffs and fetters, the clubs and swords, the gruesome wax dolls depicting Japanese military police torture techniques and declares himself a witness to history. "All these things I saw here today, I experienced myself," says Oh, 79, as he recalls life under Japan's 35-year colonial subjugation during a recent visit to South Korea's Independence Museum southwest of Seoul. "No matter how much the Japanese try to deny it, they can't erase the memories of Koreans."
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July 20, 1995 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oh Chol Hwang beholds the handcuffs and fetters, the clubs and swords, the gruesome wax dolls depicting Japanese military police torture techniques and declares himself a witness to history. "All these things I saw here today, I experienced myself," says Oh, 79, as he recalls life under Japan's 35-year colonial subjugation during a recent visit to South Korea's Independence Museum southwest of Seoul. "No matter how much the Japanese try to deny it, they can't erase the memories of Koreans."
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