The repatriation of remaining prisoners from both sides of the Korean War came with a few surprises.
by Ned Kelly, 05 August 2022
Christian Petersen-Clausen invites people to imagine what their lives might be like had they been born in the DPRK.
by Ned Kelly, 05 November 2021
A dose of political commentary masked by a restaurant review.
by Sophie Steiner, 18 February 2021
To learn more about the company’s off-the-beaten-track tours, we caught up with General Manager Simon Cockerell.
by Matthew Bossons, 26 May 2020
In the first episode of China Untold, our host takes listeners to China’s borders with North Korea and Laos to examine life on the frontier.
by That's, 12 May 2020
China’s borders tell stories of shared cultural practices, foodstuffs, history and – in more recent times – development.
by Matthew Bossons, 28 November 2019
The PRC and the DPRK are two of five self-proclaimed communist states still in existence, and still, in 2019, relics of the conflict dot the two nations’ 1,416-kilometer border.
by Matthew Bossons, 26 November 2019