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A  woman collects water from the icy Yalu River in the city of Hyesan on April 5, 2009. (REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA SOCIETY MILITARY POLITICS) # - See more at: http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/04/peering_into_north_korea.html#photo18

Peering into North Korea

A woman collects water from the icy Yalu River in the city of Hyesan on April North Korea.

Camp 14 Update: Look What Curtis Found - Ah, North Korea — as gifted at publicity as it at humanity.  Perhaps just as Blaine Harden was sending the manuscript for "Escape from Camp 14" to his publisher, shortly before the book would generate intense interest among those on the Outer Earth who still did not know about North Korea’s gulags, North Korea may have been scratching out a new prison compound contiguous to Camp 14′s northern boundary.  In due course, Curtis spots it.

Camp 14 Update: Look What Curtis Found

Kim Jong Il | Jan. 13, 2003

2003 – Kim Jong Il Publish Date: Jan 2003 Cover Story: How Dangerous Is North Korea?

SK Bedding  - North Korea 2007

Sk Bedding: "SK Bedding North Korea" Print Ad by Publicis Machine Johannesburg

How can North Korean leaders deny the existence of camps when all it takes is a simple Google Maps search to prove them wrong?

How can North Korean leaders deny the existence of camps when all it takes is a simple Google Maps search to prove them wrong?

“One of the most ugly aspects of life in Communist China during the Mao Zedong era was the Party’s demand that people inform on each other routinely and denounce each other during political campaigns. This practice had a profoundly destructive effect on human relationships...The practice inhibited all forms of human contact, so that people no longer wanted to have friends. It also encouraged secretiveness and hypocrisy. To protect himself, a man had to keep his thoughts to himself.”

“One of the most ugly aspects of life in Communist China during the Mao Zedong era was the Party’s demand that people inform on each other routinely and denounce each other during political campaigns. This practice had a profoundly destructive effect on human relationships...The practice inhibited all forms of human contact, so that people no longer wanted to have friends. It also encouraged secretiveness and hypocrisy. To protect himself, a man had to keep his thoughts to himself.”

Hyangsan Hotel i Myohyangbergen. (nordkorea)

Mount Myohyang, "Mysterious Fragrant Mountain", is a mountain in North Korea. The major attraction is the International Friendship Exhibition complex located within the mountain reserve.

En esta serie de ejercicios de inglés se reforzaran los conocimientos adquiridos en los videos de la misma asignatura.

Educatina - Free videos in Spanish. Covers several subject areas.

Las matematicas son para siempre | Eduardo Saenz de Cabezon | TEDxRiodelaPlata - YouTube

Las matematicas son para siempre | Eduardo Saenz de Cabezon | TEDxRiodelaPlata - YouTube

Infographic: Road to war on Korean Peninsula? Timeline of recent events in Northeast Asia shows major increase in threats between Pyongyang and its adversaries.

Infographic: Road to war on Korean Peninsula? Timeline of recent events in Northeast Asia shows major increase in threats between Pyongyang and its adversaries.

Mount Kumgang. Located in Kangwon-do, North Korea, Mount Kumgang stands at 1,638 metres (5,374 ft).

Mount Kumgang. Located in Kangwon-do, North Korea, Mount Kumgang stands at 1,638 metres (5,374 ft).

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