Korean diaspora

Mi-Jeong Jo
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Koryo Saram in South Korea: 'Korean' but Struggling to Fit in

Sumin (pseudonym) teaches languages and cultures to children of ‘multicultural families’ at a local elementary school in Ansan, a city with the highest concentration of foreign residents in South Korea. She comes from a town near Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Growing up, her parents’ income wasn’t enough to feed all three

Joseph Juhn
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In Search of Koreans in Cuba: A Tale of Jeronimo Lim

On Dec. 28, 2015, I boarded a flight in Toronto bound for Havana, Cuba. It was one of those trips you grant to yourself as a reward for having worked hard that year. I had no particular agenda other than observing how people live in a communist nation, going to