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Japan's Hidden Apartheid: Koreans in Japan(2/2)

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Published on Dec 8, 2007

  The majority of ethnic Koreans living in Japan who are currently coming, belong to the forth or fifth generation of immigrants. In other words, Koreans have been living in Japan for a long time.
  An Al Jazeera reported about ethnic Koreans in Japan, so-called "Zainichi Koreans".
  The report focuses on how Zainichi Koreans in Japan suffer discrimination and racism, particularly in situations such as applying for a job or searching for housing.
  Their situations are sometimes legally justified, because they are categorized as second-rate citizen, are marginalised and excluded. Since Colonialism Era, before the WWII, the Japanese government keep the polocy which should be called Apartheid against Korean minority.

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