Inside Chongjin: A Photo Essay

September 12th, 2011
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Chongjin was made famous last year as a result of Barbara Demick’s Nothing to Envy, a book that focuses on the lives of several individuals who lived in the city during the great famine of the early 1990s.  In Nothing to Envy, Demick paints the picture of a city suffering chronic decay, in which

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Chad O'Carroll

Chad O'Carroll founded NK News in 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.

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