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  1. How I Escaped from North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Christianity Today

    In some ways, I imagine growing up in North Korea is like growing up anywhere else. I had a father and mother who rarely failed to show me love, and my older sister looked after me constantly.

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  2. `Red mountains` near the Tumen RiverRead the original story

    Monday May 25 | English Dong-A

    MAY 26, 2015 07:21. . The Tumen River is a border separating North Korea's North Hamgyeong Province and China's Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in Jilin Province.

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  3. How I Escaped from North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | Christianity Today

    In some ways, I imagine growing up in North Korea is like growing up anywhere else. I had a father and mother who rarely failed to show me love, and my older sister looked after me constantly.

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  4. How I Escaped from North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | Christianity Today

    In some ways, I imagine growing up in North Korea is like growing up anywhere else. I had a father and mother who rarely failed to show me love, and my older sister looked after me constantly.

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  5. N. Korea, China's Zhengzhou launch 1st tourist charter flightRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | Korea Herald

    North Korea and the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou have launched a tourist charter flight service this week, a report said Tuesday, making Zhengzhou the sixth Chinese city linked to the North via charter flights. The report is another sign that North Korea has approved more cross-border tours for Chinese nationals after lifting travel restrictions it imposed in March due to concerns over the Ebola virus.

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  6. The $50 device that is Cracking Open North KoreaRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2015 | The Nation

    A $50 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated - a symbol of change in one of the world's most repressed societies. By some estimates, up to half of all urban North Korean households have an easily concealed "notel", a small portable media player used to watch DVDs or content stored on USB sticks that can be easily smuggled into the country and passed hand to hand.

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  7. $60 Notel device helps North Koreans subvert laws around movies and TV showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2015 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A $60 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated - a symbol of change in one of the world's most repressed societies. By some estimates, up to half of all urban North Korean households have an easily concealed "notel", a small portable media player used to watch DVDs or content stored on USB sticks that can be easily smuggled into the country and passed hand to hand.

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  8. A $50 device is symbol of change in North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2015 | ABS-CBN News

    A $50 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated - a symbol of change in one of the world's most repressed societies. By some estimates, up to half of all urban North Korean households have an easily concealed "notel", a small portable media player used to watch DVDs or content stored on USB sticks that can be easily smuggled into the country and passed hand to hand.

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  9. The $50 device that symbolizes a shift in North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2015 | CNews

    A $50 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated - a symbol of change in one of the world's most repressed societies. By some estimates, up to half of all urban North Korean households have an easily concealed "notel", a small portable media player used to watch DVDs or content stored on USB sticks that can be easily smuggled into the country and passed hand to hand.

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  10. North Koreans subvert laws preventing access to movie and TV shows with $60 deviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | The Age

    A $60 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated - a symbol of change in one of the world's most repressed societies. By some estimates, up to half of all urban North Korean households have an easily concealed "notel", a small portable media player used to watch DVDs or content stored on USB sticks that can be easily smuggled into the country and passed hand to hand.

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  11. Day of Shining Star Marked in ChinaRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2015 | Korean News

    The General Association of Koreans in China held events in Yanji City, Jilin Province of China on February 9 with the approach of the birth anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il . Present there were Chairwoman Choe Un Bok and other officials of the association, representatives of its affiliated organizations, Korean compatriots and artistes in China, officials of the DPRK consulate general in Shenyang and branch members.

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  12. Apparent N. Korean army deserter kills 4 Chinese in border townRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2015 | Korea Herald

    A North Korean man believed to be an army deserter has been detained by Chinese authorities for allegedly killing four Chinese citizens in an apparent robbery in the Chinese border city of Helong, a source with knowledge of the incident said Monday. The incident took place on Dec. 27 last year in the border town of Nanping in Helong, just north of the Tumen River overlooking North Korea's North Hamkyong Province, the source said on the condition of anonymity.

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  13. Making East Asia peaceful, prosperousRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2014 | China Daily

    Editor's Note: An academic forum on Northeast Asia, "Multicultural Coexistence and Choices for Border Areas", was held at Yanbian University in Yanji, Jilin province, over the weekend. Excerpts from the speeches of some of the participating scholars, put together by China Daily's reporter Cui Shoufeng, follow: East Asia is one of the most economically advanced regions in the world, but it has not witnessed sufficient economic cooperation between the region's countries.

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