Main Program: Barbara Demick: Nothing to Envy

25 Oct 2018 14:30 - 15:30
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North Korean children are taught to sing “We have nothing to envy in the world”. Barbara Demick’s poignant and revealing interviews with defectors from Chongjin reveal a reality far more complex, giving us a glimpse into daily life under the most secretive of governments – and what it takes to leave it behind.

Hasil wawancara memilukan yang dilakukan oleh Barbara Demick dengan para pembelot dari Chongjin mengungkapkan realita yang jauh lebih kompleks, memberi kami gambaran sekilas tentang kehidupan sehari-hari di bawah pemerintah paling rahasia – dan yang membuat mereka akhirnya meninggalkannya.


Barbara Demick

Barbara Demick is currently New York bureau chief of the Los Angeles Times, and the award-winning author of Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea and Logavina Street: Life and …

Michael Vatikiotis

Michael Vatikiotis is a Singapore-based writer and journalist. He is the Asia Regional Director of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a Geneva-based private foundation that facilitates dialogue to resolve armed …

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