Separate and Unequal? Amid political tensions, pro-North Korea schools in Japan face ostracism

  • by: ERIC TALMADGE , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 24, 2013 - 9:35 AM

TOYOAKE, Japan — The high concrete walls of Hwang In Suk's school enclose a world different from the rest of Japan. Another language echoes through the halls. The classrooms, with their chalky blackboards and flimsy desks, look like they haven't been changed since the 1950s, when the school first opened.

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