Exhibit showing rare images of life behind the iron curtain- Check it out this Tuesday!

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The exhibition will feature over 100 photographs of daily life inside North Korea, plus videos shot by North Koreans and drawings by prison camp survivors depicting their experience inside the camps. Refugees seeking asylum in Toronto will also be present to talk about their escape experiences.

Check out the exhibit Tuesday, November 22, 2011 from 6-7:30pm at The Korea Times, 287 Bridgeland Ave in Toronto, Ontario.

One comment

  1. Sarah Ghabrial

    This exhibit looks so interesting. Too bad I heard about it a day late (and I also live 4 hours away from Toronto). Does the exhibit have a website I can go on? And do you know whether it will be travelling to other cities in Canada, mainly Ottawa?It’s encouraging to see awareness being raised on this important human rights issue.

    November 23, 2011 at 10:53 pm