Recently, Seoul-based think tank The Asia Institute held a peace march in the capital. The event was open to the public, & peace activist Yoh Kawanaka was invited to travel to Seoul from Japan to participate. Kawanaka spoke with Korea FM reporter Chance Dorland to discuss the peace march, her wish for better relations between South Korea & Japan, & new Japanese laws she says prevent activists’ voices from being heard. Find more info on the Asia Institute’s peace march at http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/opinion/2017/05/197_229737.html
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