All prepare as developers of science and technology
All the people in the DPRK are bubbling with the enthusiasm to be well versed in science and technology.
It is a steadfast will of the government to bring a satisfactory life, affluent and civilized, to all the people by encouraging all units including industrial establishments and cooperative farms to increase production and create more on the strength of science and technology and thereby perform miracles and innovations everywhere.
OKAA celebrates diamond jubilee
An event was held to mark the 60th founding anniversary of the Overseas Koreans’ Affairs Administration on Monday.
President Kim Il Sung, considerate of the desire of the Koreans in Japan who wanted to return home, saw to it that the Committee for Receiving Korean Nationals in Japan was founded on Oct. 21, Juche 48 (1959), clearly indicated the path to be covered by it, and developed it into an organ in charge of the affairs concerning the overseas compatriots visiting the homeland.
Chongryon officials lambast Japanese authorities for discrimination
Officials of the headquarters, branches and central leadership bodies of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) and teachers in Kanto area held an urgent meeting at the Korean Hall in Tokyo, Japan on Oct 18.
Attending the meeting were Chairman of the Central Standing Committee of Chongryon Ho Jong Man, Vice-Chairman Nam Sung U, Pae Jin Gu, vice-chairman and director general of the General Affairs Department of the Chongryon Central Standing Committee, Pak Ku Ho, vice-chairman and director of the Organization Department of the Chongryon Central Standing Committee, Jo Il Yon, vice-chairman of the Chongryon Central Standing Committee, Kang Chu Ryon, vice-chairwoman of the Chongryon Central Standing Committee and concurrently chairwoman of the Central Standing Committee of the Union of Democratic Korean Women in Japan, Ri Myong Yu, chairman of the Central Audit Committee of Chongryon, members of the Chongryon Central Standing Committee, chairpersons of the headquarters and branches of Chongryon in Kanto area, leading officials of the central leadership bodies and officials in the education field.
Fight against conservatives called for
According to website Kuguk Jonson, the Central Committee of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front (AINDF) made public an appeal on Sunday arousing the south Korean people from all walks of life to the struggle against conservative and evil forces.
The appeal said that owing to the desperate efforts of the conservative and evil forces on the verge of ruin, there created the situation in which the future of justice and truth may be affected by dark clouds and the desire of the people for opening a new era be dampened.
Japanese figures pay homage to DPRK great leaders
A delegation of the Japanese Tokai Liaison Council for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism visited the statues of President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill in Pyongyang on Monday.
The members of the delegation laid a floral basket and made a bow to the statues of the President and the Chairman.
Sapling production between forests proves effective
Sijung County in Jagang Province was placed first in the review of the nationwide reforestation campaign last year as it produced many saplings while increasing the rate of rooting of planted trees.
“The secret of the county’s success is attributable to the mass production of saplings in the fields between forests and the strict observance of the principle of planting right trees in the right soil and in the right time,” said Ham Chung Gon, deputy department director of the General Forest Bureau of the Ministry of Land and Environment Protection.
Soya and bean paste-making
Soya and bean paste are indispensable subsidiary foods in the dietary life of the Koreans. Given that soya bean and salt, main materials of soya and bean paste, have been applied to food life since ancient times and fermented foods were available in those days, it tells that the Korean nation has a long history of making soya and bean paste.
As soya and bean paste are made from salt, fish, meat and cereals including maize, wheat and soybeans, they are different in making method, variety and quality.
Parliamentary mission leaves for China to promote bilateral ties
A delegation of the DPRK-China Friendship Parliamentary Group led by Chairman Choe Sang Gon, president of Kim Il Sung University and minister of Higher Education, left Pyongyang on Monday to visit China.
China’s People's Daily delegation arrives in Pyongyang
A delegation of the Chinese People’s Daily headed by Wang Huimin, editor-in-chief of version for overseas readers, arrived in Pyongyang on Monday.
Japan slammed for discrimination against Korean children
The Committee for Aiding Overseas Compatriots of the DPRK issued a statement on Monday denouncing the Japanese authorities for excluding the kindergartens of the Korean schools from the "program for free education and upbringing of children".
The statement said that Abe regime’s arrogant exclusion of the kindergartens of the Korean schools from the program fully reveals the chronic national chauvinism of the island country and shows again that the Japanese reactionaries’ policy hostile towards the DPRK and the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) and their inveterate repugnancy and ill-intended discrimination against the Korean nation never change.
Silk mill collects protein from waste water
The Kangso Silk Mill developed a technique of collecting protein from waste water that comes from production processes.
“Waste water from the production of thread and cotton at silk mills contains a great deal of sericin, crude protein, pulverized pupa, chitin and others. So the purification of waste water at silk mills can be claimed to be the separation of protein,” said Kim Il Hyon, manager of the mill.