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Inside Sunday (Pacific Century) #325743

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 26, 1989
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Richard Wagner) Pol. situation in Korea, a nation in transition, lurching towards democrat, reviewed; student protest scenes shown. [Protest leader LEE Boo Young - says Koreans think students represent democrat aspirations of people.] Goals of protesters detailed. [Assistant foreign affairs min. HONG Soon Young - says students are not subsidized by North Korea.] US- S. Korea relations reviewed. [HONG - hopes protests will cool down.]

(Studio: Susan Spencer) President Bush reported pledging support for rebel leader Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: David Dow) Problems facing Cambodian immigrants in California featured; details given of their poverty; scenes shown from San Joaquin Cnty., California. [Refugee program director Judith BLING - says old ones will never get off of assistance.] [Immigrant Seraph KIM - (thru translator) says it takes English to work.] Holocaust in Cambodia reviewed; photos of skulls shown. [Refugee language specialist Laura DICKSON - says learning to read and write is new process for them; notes problem of finding jobs.] New generation noted. [Kim's DAUGHTER - says she wants to become part of the US.]

(Studio: Susan Spencer) Next Inside Sunday segment previewed.

Dow, David;
Spencer, Susan;
Wagner, Richard

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