This upcoming March, it's reading week time again at HKU! Whilst it is a time of designated study, it is also a time for field trips and travel. For many students, this is an opportunity to embark on exciting new adventures around the region of an educational nature. As a result, since 2016 we at ... » Learn More about The Ultimate Reading Week Adventure: Tour North Korea (7th-9th March)
Visit North Korea is seeking a student of Hong Kong University on a temporary basis to promote one of our tours across campus over the next few weeks (Feburary 7th-March 7th). This is your opportunity to participate in a growing organisation that has attracted worldwide media coverage for its ... » Learn More about We’re Hiring: Hong Kong University Tour Promoter
"Have you ever seen a mackem in Pyongyang?"- A Newcastle supporter (mag) once teased me as I promoted Visit North Korea's trips to a group on facebook. I certainly have done, and no mackem has been seen in the DPRK as much as I have. It was one summer in Sunderland four years ago where I created ... » Learn More about Let’s turn North Korea Red & White!
The early 1920s was a time of change and upheaval in China. Only a few years ago had the centuries old Qing Dynasty fallen, ending an Imperial system which stemmed back millenia. As the new Republic of China experienced turmoil and division, its population turned to all kinds of radical ideologies ... » Learn More about Who was Mao Anying? The Chairman’s son who perished in the Korean War
"The Hotel of Doom"- so says sensationalist British tabloids. It's on all pictures of Pyongyang, you can't miss it, a gigantic trinagular skyscraper standing without competition above all else. Its unique shape and impressionable appearance has led it to one of those buildings which defines a city. ... » Learn More about The Story of the Ryugyong Hotel: Pyongyang’s most iconic building