BEIJING – The future of a 65-year-old building in Nanjing used by the Japanese military for “comfort women” during the war has become unclear, with a Chinese newspaper recently reporting that it will be demolished.
The building in the Baixia district of Nanjing, the site of the 1937 Nanjing Massacre, will be destroyed this year, the Guangzhou-based Southern Weekend reported last week.
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