I think he is sincere. Hear me out, a lot of people are skeptical because last times they had a summit in 2000 and 2007 nothing came out of it. Here’s the difference. Kim Jong Un is NOT his father. Even when he spoke, he had a noticeable Swiss-influenced accent that not a typical North Korean… Continue reading How sincere is Kim Jong Un’s promise of “No more war” with South Korea?
I wouldn’t say its rivalry, but more like nationalism in all three countries. Chinese people feel strongly about making their domestic industries competitive, part of the reason they shut out foreign applications and websites. Tencent, Baidu, Huawei, Lenovo, Xiaomi, ZTE, Meizu are a few of China’s tech companies that are gaining a lot of popularity.… Continue reading Amongst Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans in Asia, is the sense of rivalry stronger than the sense of comradery?
This actually isn’t a clear cut rhetorical question as it seems. South Korea has a massive dark side to it. North Korea benefits: -live life simply and freely like it was the 1950s -gender equality is better in North Korea. Women can serve in the army for example -You don’t have to study 16 hours a day… Continue reading North Korea vs South Korea