Pre-inaugural Exhibit at The Comfort Women Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, 2013

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Re-creation of a Military Comfort Station

Japanese name plaques on the wall, Washing bowl video projection of a former military comfort station in China

On the walls are hung Japanese name plaques. Girls were forced to wear kimonos and use Japanese names. The recreation explores the idea of erased ethnic identity.
The artificial made-up Japanese names which the women were forced to use contrasts with their real Chinese names at the entrance to the exhibit.