What does Dosan mean?

Dosan is the pen name of the independence activist An Chang-ho.

An Chang-ho in California

At the beginning of the twentieth century, Korea was under the control of the Japanese Empire. An fought against Japanese control of Korea and endeavoured to modernise the country’s education system. You can read more about An Chang-ho here.

Dosan literally means ‘island mountain’.

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