SANTO DOMINGO – A monument fully financed by the Japan International Cooperation Agency is expected be built in the Dominican Republic this year to mark the ill-fated emigration program that lured hundreds of Japanese to the Caribbean island nation in the 1950s.
There are monuments in other countries that were erected for Japanese settlers, but it is very rare for state-backed JICA to fully cover the costs of building one.
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