Comfort

comfortOver 200,000 women from across Asia were conscripted into sexual slavery by the Japanese army in WW2.  They were euphemistically described as “comfort women”.  In 2009 playwright Diana Tso met some of the survivors, heard their stories and wrote a play based on their testimony.  The result was Comfort, currently playing at the Aki Studio in a production directed by William Yong with music by Constantin Caravassilis.

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