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A glimpse of North Korea from Dandong

BROKEN BRIDGE: The bridge on the right crossing the Yalu River in Dandong, was damaged in 1950 in the Korean conflict but left untouched. The currently functional second bridge, on the left, was built in 1940. PHOTOS: CHINA DAILY/ASIA NEWS ..., 1 month ago
Border city offers curious visitors a taste of DPRK, 1 month ago

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Life under curious gazes

Source:Global Times Published: 2016/12/4 18:48:39 Chinese tourists watch the North Korean side across the Yalu River using telescopes in Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning Province. Photo: Li Hao/GT Along the Yalu River which divides China ...
 Global Times1 day ago Bucking economic slowdown, Chinese border cities see North Korea sightseeing boost  SINA4 weeks ago

Bridge to nowhere shows China's failed efforts to engage North Korea

Towering above the murky waters, the New Yalu River Bridge was supposed to symbolise a new era in relations between China and North Korea, helping bring investment to landmark free trade zones jointly run with the impoverished and isolated state. Costing 2.2 ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
News Guangdong

Border town feels full brunt of sanctions on N. Korea

WHEN there aren't many customers to his costume stall by the Yalu River, Zhang Dong (pseudonym), a 50-year-old man in Dandong, a city on the China-North Korea border, likes to watch trucks coming and going on the Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge. ...
 Shenzhen Daily10 hours ago Chinese border town feels full brunt of sanctions on North Korea  News Guangdong1 day ago U.S. challenges China's imports of North Korean coal amid U.N. sanctions  Investing.com1 month ago
National Interest

What If America Used Nuclear Weapons During the Korean War?

In 1950, as U.S. forces retreated from China's onslaught across the Yalu River, General Douglas MacArthur called for strategic air attacks against China. Many believed that this would necessarily include the atomic bomb, America's asymmetric ...
 National Interest2 months ago

The Opening of the North Korean Mind

On a cold, clear night in September 2014, a man Ill call Ahn walked up to the edge of the Tumen River on the Chinese side of the heavily guarded border between China and NorthKorea. At its narrowest points, the Tumen measures a little over 150 feet ...
 Foreign Affairs1 week ago

The Unbreakable Tiger

U.S. Army 1st Lt. William Funchess watched from the other bank as Chinese soldiers approached the river, undressed, and swam across naked, holding weapons and clothes over their heads. Once they hit his side of the river, they shook the freezing ...
 DVIDS4 weeks ago

Exploring the unique tourist ecosystem of the China-N.Korea border

Tourists take pictures at the Dandong Broken Bridge Scenic Area in Dandong, Liaoning Province on Sunday.Photo: Li Hao/ GT A family exits the Dandong Broken Bridge Scenic Area on Sunday. Photo: Li Hao/ GT The cold wind blowing in from the ...
 Global Times22 hours ago A red-hot red spot adds a green splash month ago
World Tribune

This Day in History | 1950 Pyongyang taken as UN retreats

s UN retreats Chinese troops have entered the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, as United Nations forces are pushed steadily back towards South Korea. The North Korean People's Army (NKPA) invaded the south in June this year. Forces from the ...
 Macau Daily Times1 day ago Stepped-up Chinese assistance to North Korea worries South, violates UN sanction resolutions  World Tribune4 weeks ago North Korea against the world  Korea Times1 month ago

United Nations imposes strongest sanctions yet on North Korea

The world is looking to clamp down on North Korea and, this time, China appears to be on board. "We will strictly regulate the flow of capital, goods and people and especially, North Korea's export of its major resource, coal - which will be ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago North Korea restaurants closing due to dwindling business, sanctions  UPI1 month ago
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