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A Canadian with a Passion for Korean Women’s Rights

January 29, 2009

The “Wild Women’s Performing Arts Festival,” which took place at a club near Hongik University in Seoul at 8 p.m. on Jan. 17, was an event by and for women hosted by Angela Lytle, a 35-year-old Canadian teaching English at Seoul National University. “It’s poor women who suffer the most in times of a recession, so all the proceeds will go to charity work helping these women,” Lytle says.

The artists on stage were friends from Anglophone countries like Australia, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom, mostly teaching English here. “Our main job at the moment is teaching, but each has her own artistic talent. We decided to share our talent to help our fellow women,” she says.

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