Tag Archives: North Korea

HHK Director Tim Peters sounds off in the New York Post on the worsening plight of North Koreans and defectors under Kim Jong Un

Life inside the surreal, cruel & sheltered North Korea By Maureen Callahan January 11, 2014 | 2:28pm North Koreans clean up in front of one of the 34,000 statues of Kim Il Sung and his son Kim Jong Il, while grandson … Continue reading

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L.A.Times:American Missionary has his eyes trained on North Korea

Reporting from Seoul: It’s well after dark and Tim Peters leans forward to tell a story about poverty and North Korea. He’s surrounded by a dozen people at a gathering with the cozy atmosphere of a community college night class, the … Continue reading

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Kim Jong Il and Vaclav Havel: Two leaders a world apart (LA Times Op-Ed 12.20.11)

Kim Jong Il put his interests ahead of North Korea’s. Czech leader Vaclav Havel put democracy first. Read More: http://articles.latimes.com/2011/dec/20/opinion/la-ed-kim-20111220

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WSJ:”Carter Upsets NK Human Rights Activists”–HHK Director Sounds Off

APRIL 29, 2011, 6:46 PM KST Carter Upsets NK Human Rights Activists All week South Koreans watched former U.S. President Jimmy Carter make another trip to North Korea with high curiosity and low expectations. Few people expected the North’s dictator … Continue reading

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“North Korea Drops the Mask”–Chosun Ilbo exposes DPRK’s blackmail on citizens choosing freedom

North Korea on Monday proposed talks with South Korean Red Cross officials to discuss the return of 31 North Koreans whose boat drifted into South Korean waters last month. Demanding that South Korea return four of the drifters who have … Continue reading

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“Helping orphans find secure refuge in China”–JoongAng Daily News in partnership with IHT

An 11-year-old North Korean boy living alone a half-demolished home in China was found nearly dead from food poisoning after eating food found in the garbage. His refugee mother was arrested by Chinese authorities and returned to North Korea, and … Continue reading

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What do the ‘food revolutions’ in Tunisia and Egypt foreshadow for the hungry millions in North Korea?

The first food revolutions of our Malthusian era have exposed the weak grip of authoritarian regimes in poor countries that import grain, whether in North Africa today or parts of Asia tomorrow. Continue reading

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On the Field in Frigid NE China, Dec. 2010-Jan.2011

HHK Director and the Mrs. on the bridge over the icy Tumen River between China and North Korea in late December.We had coats and gloves, but the North Koreans in buildings and houses shown over our shoulders have threadbare clothing … Continue reading

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