Art helps students bridge Japan-N Korea divide

Students in Japan are using art to express their feelings on their country's tensions with North Korea. They are reaching out to other students whose families migrated to Japan from North Korea years ago, as they try to bridge a cultural divide.

    Students in Japan are using art to express their feelings on their country's tensions with North Korea. They are reaching out to other students whose families migrated to Japan from North Korea years ago, as they try to bridge a cultural divide.

    Al Jazeera's Craig Leeson reports from Tokyo.


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