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Nonkilling Korea: Six Culture Exploration By Glenn D. Paige & Chung-Si Ahn
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In contrast to academic and policy studies that concentrate on political-military-economic aspects of Korea since Division and the Korean War, authors in this book seek to discover nonkilling... More > cultural features in South and North Korea, America, China, Japan, and Russia that can contribute to realization of a unified Nonkilling Korea – A Korea in which no Koreans kill other Koreans, no foreigners kill Koreans, and no Koreans are sent abroad to kill. Discoveries reported here provide confidence that nonkilling cultural values and capabilities can be found in all six societies that can benefit each and all in progress toward the measurable goal of a killing-free Korea and world. Readers are invited to join in further explorations. This book reports on the Nonkilling Korea: Six Culture Exploratory Seminar convened by the Asia Center/Seoul National University and the Center for Global Nonkilling/ Honolulu in Seoul during August 18-19, 2010.< Less
The Korea Pentecost -- And other Experiences on the Mission Field By William Newton Blair
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A first-hand missionary account, this is a faithful telling of a chapter in Korean history with scenes of culture and ethnographic color the way William Blair knew it. This is a document of... More > discovery, exploration, and an exciting account of the moment the great revival fell on the Korean church over 100 years ago! The account here of the PyongYang Revival is one of the most important accounts of the event, written by one who was present at the outset. It is also an important chronicle of a pivotal time in Korean history -- making it a source of clues to God's end-time destiny and call on the people and the land. This account is true, clear and compelling. It was written just three years after the fact. It is a rare window into a time, a people and a place. The power of memory for a people and a land is beyond estimation. The DNA of the people and the land that we find here in this book holds vital clues to us who would work to call up the people of the nations into their divine, end-time destiny!< Less
North, East, and West By R.P. Wilson
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“ An intriguing mystery covering three countries and two continents, where modern technology meets primitive lore, where ancient grudges shape modern crimes, where a shadowy villain frustrates... More > routine police procedure and where violence touches everyone. North, East & West follows the compass of the human mind and soul down dangerous paths, lightened by wry humour and compassion.” “ North, East & West takes the imagination of the reader into the dark cellars, the sun-lit shores, the shady paths and the winding highways that inhabit the minds and souls and bodies of so many of the story’s characters. Richard Wilson has created dialogue which etches contours and shadows onto the faces and forms of each person the reader encounters. The visual, emotional and psychological picture is held in fine balance with dry humour, respect for humanity and a subtle wisdom which softly envelops the entire book."< Less
North, East, and West By R.P. Wilson
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“ An intriguing mystery covering three countries and two continents, where modern technology meets primitive lore, where ancient grudges shape modern crimes, where a shadowy villain frustrates... More > routine police procedure and where violence touches everyone. North, East & West follows the compass of the human mind and soul down dangerous paths, lightened by wry humour and compassion.” “ North, East & West takes the imagination of the reader into the dark cellars, the sun-lit shores, the shady paths and the winding highways that inhabit the minds and souls and bodies of so many of the story’s characters. Richard Wilson has created dialogue which etches contours and shadows onto the faces and forms of each person the reader encounters. The visual, emotional and psychological picture is held in fine balance with dry humour, respect for humanity and a subtle wisdom which softly envelops the entire book."< Less
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The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 32. Korea Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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South Korea is a democratic, modern, industrialized country with a population of 50 million. Korea has seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Korean peninsula has a land area of approximately... More > 220,000 sq. km. It is divided at the 38th parallel by a demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating South and North Korea. Outlets for 220 volts 60 cycles are dominant. Dial 119 for the fire department and medical assistance and 112 for the police. Spring runs from March through May with flowers such as azalea, forsythia, cherry blossoms, rapeseed and magnolia. From July to August, it is hot and sometimes rainy. Autumnal tints arrive nationwide by October. Skiing season starts from late November and lasts to early March. Try #915.19 at the library for books about South Korea.< Less
Korea Through Photographs: From the DMZ to Daegu By Anne Reynolds
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Korea is worth a stop on any traveler’s itinerary and can provide a varied range of adventures within a short time and on a very small budget. This book contains hundreds of images from... More > journeys spanning a month through the following locations in South Korea: the DMZ, Everland amusement park and the Korean Folk Village (in the province of Gyeonggi) and the cities of Andong, Gyeongju and Pohang (in North Gyeongsang province) and a special chapter on the city of Daegu, covering Daegu's residential areas, industry, downtown core, cultural festivals, sporting events and scenery. From old temples and burial mounds, to skincare shops, traditional markets and historical attractions, this book provides readers with the feeling that they were actually visiting themselves, as no special lenses, filters or photo-editing have been applied to any of the photographs. The owner of this book may use all of the images as they please after purchase, provided appropriate source referencing.< Less
The Legacy of Kim Jong-un and the Workers' Party in North Korea – A One-Party State facilitating Militarism, Nuclear Armament and Disregard for Human Rights By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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A young kid with a cool hairstyle, Kim Jong-un seems to have pledged his undying loyalty to Comrade Stalin’s ghost; gambling with the lives of an entire nation just to win a game of chicken... More > against the U.S.; policies of militarism and nuclear armament which are not only counterproductive to the global peace movement, but also a very considerable waste of money and effort, distorting national spending priorities in North Korea, with millions of North Koreans living in extreme poverty. This book also studies human rights abuses in North Korea, such as politically motivated incarceration of people in internment- and reeducation camps; often just normal peace loving North Korean people who merely wish to exercise their basic human rights, such as freedom of speech and expression. These and other issues Dr. O’Doherty explores, offering an intelligent social-scientific analysis on these matters, so that a positive collective consciencousness can be manifested between North Korea and the International Community.< Less
The North Korean War By Ansel Cotter
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This book, written by a 3rd grader in Los Angeles, imagines what would happen if World War III occurred - and the U.S. was fighting North Korea. The story is written in diary-style by a young... More > soldier named Tree.< Less
China Through Photographs: North and Northeast By Anne Reynolds
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This book exhibits hundreds of images from a trip-of-a-lifetime in China's North. The journey begins near Beijing, in Chengde, Pingyao, Datong and Qinhuangdao. It continues north-east to Shenyang,... More > the largest city of the Northeast, to beachside Dalian, and then several sites in the Dandong region - including the easternmost section of the Great Wall with panoramic views into North Korea and two stunning hikeable mountains. Finally, to Chiang Bai Shan (Ever White Mountain), topped by a beautiful crater lake and finally Russian-influenced Harbin, for the annual Ice and Snow Festival. Everything from architecture, scenery and tourist sites to food, people and shopping is displayed through hundreds of gorgeous photographs, captured on a basic point-and-shoot digital camera, just as you'd see them if you were walking around yourself - absolutely no editing, filters, special lenses. All photographs may be reproduced for any purposes, provided appropriate source referencing.< Less

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