A Tokyo Temple Offers Pandemic-Hit Vietnamese Workers a Safe Haven
This article discusses the outreach, support, and housing provided to Vietnamese migrant workers by the Japan-Vietnam Coexistence Support Group and the nuns from the Buddhist temple, Nisshinkutsu located in Tokyo. The article details the life of Vietnamese migrant workers who are currently living in the Temple. The article features Jiho Yoshimizu, head of the Japan-Vietnam Coexistence Support Group and Thi Tu Luong, a Vietnamese migrant worker staying at the Nisshinkutsu temple.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Murakami, Sakura and Times, The Japan, "A Tokyo Temple Offers Pandemic-Hit Vietnamese Workers a Safe Haven" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Religious Community and Life. 88.