|calendar>>October 4. 2012 Juch 101|
DPRK Introduced Abroad
| Pyongyang, October 4 (KCNA) -- Foreign media introduced the DPRK from Sept. 25 to 28.
The Chinese Xinhua News Agency, reporting about its journalist's visit to the Korean Film Studio, said that President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il left the traces of leadership to the Studio, putting their hearts and souls into developing the country's film arts.
A Malaysian newspaper said under the title of "Do not allow the West's distorted propaganda any longer" that the DPRK is a mysterious country, indeed.
Even though it fought a war, it was rehabilitated very quickly, the paper said, and went on:
The Korean people are strong in their faith and patriotism.
They are sincerely admiring their leaders.
The West Sea Barrage and other monuments built by the Koreans show the strength and potentials of the DPRK and the tremendous mental power of its people.
Affected by the Western media's distorted propaganda, some people have a wrong understanding of the DPRK.
We must no longer allow the West's distorted propaganda.
If one wants to know about the DPRK, one must see the country for oneself.
The Brazilian Center for the Study of the Juche Idea said in its Internet website that the DPRK is holding fast to the line of giving priority importance to idea and military affairs even though it suffers from the economic blockade imposed by the West including the U.S. and Japan, adding that the country is gaining fresh successes in its economic construction, vigorously advancing along the independent road.
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