4 days and 3 nights in the life in North Korea

by Daniel

North Korea is like China in the 1960s. While visiting in the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum, pointing at a map, an interpreter told us that Mao Anying, son of then President of China Mao Zedong, was died there, he said grievously. I shouldn’t feel happy about people lost their family, but I am relieved to see that because Mao Anying  died, that he did not became another Kim Jong-il, that China didn’t become another North Korea.

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