• Kyodo


An Osaka middle school for children of pro-Pyongyang Koreans opened its classes to the public Saturday morning in an attempt to demonstrate that its academic standards are comparable to those of Japanese schools.

The move is in response to the Japanese government’s plan to give only graduates of Western style international schools — but not Korean, Chinese or other ethnic schools — the automatic right to take national university exams.

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