One Response to “One Speaks for the Voiceless and One Is the Conscience of Japan”

  1. Sharon Dolled says:

    I was very fortunate due to NJALPHA to visit Nanjing and hear Tamaki Matsuoka speak. I hung onto every word she spoke and saw many videos of Japanese soldiers and Chinese survivors speak of the atrocities. She is doing very important work and hopefully her teachings will travel further around the world.
    I also read her book,, “Torn Memories of Nanking” and highly recommend it for further learning of sad history.

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