Stories about North Korea from April, 2006
North Korea: Multiracial Koreas opposed
Antti Leppänen at Hunjangûi karûch'im
North Korea: Migrant vulnerability
Kotaji blogger blogs on the rough and tough lives of North Korean lumberjacks and construction workers in the eastern corners of Russia.
North Korea: Regime unstable?
“There is more evidence to suggest that North Korea really is in dire financial straits after all,” writes Joshua at The Korea Liberator. “Some would not call this a novel conclusion to make about a country in which 2.5 million people have starved to death…” “No one will miss Kim...
South Korea: North Korea
Orackay looks at North Korean apologist voices in the South Korean media in “just say no to workers’ rights.” “Even if one assumes that publicly taking issue with the gulags can only be motivated by selfish political motive (and that certainly seems to be the motive with some people),” writes...
Bold Flavors of the World
#1: From Cambodia, Phnomenon To understand Cambodian cooking, we have to look back to explore the historical events that took place there and the cultures that influenced the building of today's gastronomical bounty. In the 6th century, Cambodia was a kingdom with an Indian-inspired culture, situated on the delta and...