APEX Express

APEX Express – April 2, 2009

Mass killings of civilians by armies during and after the Korean war are coming to light. But will the South Korean Truth-and-Reconciliation Commission survive revealing tensions that remain on the penninusula? Also, a racially-charged murder conviction of two Filipino nurses is the focus of a novel and performance. And, author Benito Vergara looks at colonialism and transpacific ties in his book on the Filipino Nation in Daly City.

 

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