Japan's Occupation of Hong Kong
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This paper explores the ongoing significance of the brutal Japanese occupation in Hong Kong's during World War II. The paper describes impact culturally on Hong Kong and the civilian suffering that took place. Additionally, the paper touches on today's lingering resentment and mistrust of Japan in Hong Kong.
From the Paper:"History can shape cultures over very long periods of time. Hong Kong was invaded by the Japanese in December of 1941 and occupied till the early autumn of 1945, an experience remembered for its brutality that is still a topic of resentment. The occupation of World War II is part of Hong Kong's history and local memory for it harshly affected every family then living, there. Japan's unknowable agenda caused some people in Hong Kong to rather welcome the 1997 lapse to the PRC, aware that their territory would be defended by the Red Army should their worst fears come to pass. The reader..."
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