It also closes with a song from Alien Solider, which topped our own list of the best Sega Genesis soundtracks you’ve never heard of. Pre-order it here and take a look at the artwork from Animatrix director and anime icon Koji Morimoto below.
South Korea has released what it believes to be the first known footage of wartime sex slaves forced to serve the Japanese military.press conference in Seoul that the women’s appearance and that they were bare feet mean they were likely slaves." data-reactid="23"Footage provided by Seoul City and Seoul National University’s Human Rights Center on July 5 shows a group of women standing in a line and talking to a soldier.
Then I'm reminded of this article: Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
and all the news about how teens aren't having as much sex.
South Korean Buses Place War Sex Slavery Statues to Expose Japan's Crimes Five South Korean buses began Monday to take on the statue of a young girl each with other passengers to remind people of the severe pains suffered by Korean women and girls who were forced into sexual slavery for Japanese military brothels before and during World War II.
The collection comes from Nick Dwyer’s documentary series of the same name for Red Bull Music Academy, which examines the impact and history of video game music alongside interviews featuring iconic video game composers and popular artists they’ve influenced.
True to that sentiment, the collection features music from classic consoles including the NES, SNES and Sega Genesis, as well as Japanese home computers such as the MSX, MSXturbo R and the PC-8801.
The collection includes music from iconic games such as Thunder Force IV, Actraiser and the Gradius/Nemesis series along with more obscure titles such as Soshi Hosoi’s ‘Mister Divine’, taken from the Super Famicon mahjong game The Majhong Touhaiden and available to stream above.
The footage is said to be the first moving picture that shows Japan’s “trafficking of Asian women,” according to the Human Rights Center.
Professor Kang said it would “strengthen the admissibility of evidence behind wartime sex slavery.”At least 200,000 women from China, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia and the Philippines were forced to become sex slaves for the Japanese military during the World War II.