Miracles and remarkable events scored during this arduous year in the DPRK making a leap forward predict a year of development and growing prosperity.
Report from the Taedonggang Combined Fruit Processing Factory.
Factory produces medicines for hospitals and markets across the country, making a major contribution to the people’s health.
The Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory is now is increasing the production and quality of foodstuffs, relying only on domestic raw materials.
An Jun Ok began collecting stamps in her country at the age of 5.
Report from the Pyongyang Corn Processing Factory.
Bunches of flowers are a fitting symbol of the ongoing 80-day campaign when workers across the country are making incredible labor achievements.
True love of humanity can be seen in the DPRK where homeless persons are taken care of like kin and given new homes free of charge.
The basic human right to free and quality housing for all people is being ensured and constantly improved in the DPRK.
December 3 marks the 28th International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Disabled persons in the DPRK enjoy a worthwhile life where they can achieve all their dreams no matter how big thanks to the socialist system putting them forward.
New successes are being struck in every sector of the national economy during the 80-day campaign ahead of the 8th Party Congress.
People’s Korea is one large socialist family where nobody is an outsider, a society where all the people help one another, sharing sweets and bitters together.
Tree grown for over 300 years in Nampo is now preserved as a natural monument by the state.
Countless units across the DPRK are pushing ahead with recycling, realizing its vital importance to the national economy and environmental protection.
The Ulsa Five-Point Treaty was forcibly signed on November 17, 1905 and annexed Korea, ushering in decades of colonial slavery and slaughter.
The workers of the Educational Books Printing Factory are striving to produce quality books for Korea’s schoolchildren and students.
One of countless stories of the caring socialist system where people of all strata can enjoy genuine human rights and dignity.
Workers in the DPRK are increasingly grasping that every piece of scrap reused in production makes a contribution to the nation’s material wealth.
Over 200 domestically developed and produced cosmetics on display at hall helping working people feel more beautiful.
Many units of the national economy are focusing on improving quality using only domestically-sourced raw materials.
The Taesongsan Spring Water Factory is working hard to provide the people of Pyongyang with tasty fresh spring water from Mt Taesong.
The working people of the DPRK are increasingly benefitting from the seas of socialism.
October 15th was Global Handwashing Day, an especially important occasion during the COVID-19 crisis.