Escape From Camp 14
one man's remarkable odyssey from North Korea to freedom in the West
The boy who ate his mother's lunch
The upper crust
Mother tries to escape
Mother tries to escape, version two
This son of a bitch won't do
The sun shines even on mouse holes
Avoiding mother's eyes
Reactionary son of a bitch
Napping on the farm
Sewing and snitching
Deciding not to snitch
Preparing to run
South Koreans are not so interested
HISTORY Asia Korea
SOCIAL SCIENCE Penology
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Behind the wall of silence: Escape from Camp 14
An interview and discussion with Shin Dong-hyuk who was born in, and escaped from Camp 14 in North Korea. The interview is conducted by the Frontline Club, London
What's Jay Reading: Escape from Camp 14
Also see video on my blog with links to other related sites.