Watching people and families in the DPRK, it is obvious that children are well loved. There is mandatory education for every child.
Riding through the country side after school, we saw miles and miles of students in their uniforms sitting by the road engaged in
play and conversation. Every city has a "Children's Palace" for exceptional students.
Most of the pictures on this page were taken visiiting schools.
One of our most interesting visits was to a high school English class. The most interesting question. What is the difference between
a "match" and "game".
The woman on the right runs a rural
|Students at veterans cemetery for the Japanese occupation.