Meet Estelita Dy: A Filipino Comfort Woman Survivor | ASIAN BOSS

A while back, we had a chance to talk with Madame Kim, a Korean human rights activist who was forced into sex slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during the WWII. She passed away shortly after our interview. After we aired our interview, we were made aware of the existence of the so called “Comfort Women” in other Asian countries. In particular, we connected with Estelita Dy in the Philippines, one of the 200 Filipino women who were forced into sex slavery during the WWII. Our Asian Boss reporter Joshua visited her and sat down to listen to her story.

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