Campus Talk is a monthly feature of NK Vision magazine focusing on students involved with North Korean human rights.
Campus Talk: Perspectives of University Students on North Korean Human Rights
The following discussion appeared in the February 2011 issue of NK Vision magazine. Translation courtesy of NKnet intern Jennifer Machie and editing by volunteer Robert Lauler. Date: January 10, 2011, 4 p.m. Location: NK Vision Conference Room Interviewer: Kang Won … Continue reading
Campus Talk: University Students’ Bike Tour for North Korean Human Rights & Security
Read in Korean When looking at the Kim Jong Il regime’s provocations, I defined them as a country that does not even recognize its own brothers. However, in this tour defectors also joined in. In talking with them, I realized … Continue reading
Campus Talk: North Korean Refugee Freshmen Adjusting to Life on Campus
My heart hurts and I feel suffocated, I mean because they have no idea what kind of pain North Koreans go through just to survive from day to day. If they were to think just a little from North Koreans’ point of view they would lose their indifference toward North Korea. Continue reading