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Sakhalin – You Are Not Forgotten

Sakhalin Koreans, aka Сахалинские корейцы or Корейцы Сахалин Off the east coast of Russia, Sakhalin island houses roughly 55,000 Koreans; this island has gone from being under the Empire of Japan, the Soviets, and now a federal semi-presidential republic Russia. Everyone has citizenship to at least one country and have documentation to prove it.  For Sakhalin-Koreans still residing on…

Korea Republic v Algeria: Group H - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

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Latin America (South America), Here We Are ! Today, we’ll explore the brief rundown of the migration that occurred which only depicts a handful of events and occurrences amongst a sea of information.  The aim of this article is to promote a general understanding of how the mass emigration occurred, how the Koreans survived and…

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The Kiwi Connection

The Korean Diaspora: The Korean Kiwis Hello everyone, Today we will talk about the lovely Kiwi people of New Zealand. They call themselves kiwis because there is an endangered species called the kiwi. Having not attended a Korean school in South Korea, I can’t imagine fully to what extent the environment is like for kids growing up…