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Mission to Pyongyang: suggestive reality


In Hong Kong on Sundays, women gather below the skyscrapers, bringing tiny stools or a plastic sheet to sit on. They chat, laugh and play poke. This is the only way they can get together — on the road, seated on the melting asphalt. But in North Korea, the horizon changes to a trip backwards in time. A futuristic airport with 20 brand-new gates and only two hostesses, while all around...

In Hong Kong on Sundays, women gather below the skyscrapers, bringing tiny stools or a plastic sheet to sit on. They chat, laugh and play poke. This is the only way they can get together — on the road, seated on the melting asphalt. But in North Korea, the horizon changes to a trip backwards in time. A futuristic airport with 20 brand-new gates and only two hostesses, while all around…

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