Inside China’s gateway to North Korea

“Chinese tourists now flock to Dandong — which lies along China’s western border with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea — to ogle at their unfortunate neighbors. Some pay a few RMB to borrow binoculars to peer across the river, while the more adventurous take speedboats and pleasure cruises out on the river, which acts a natural barrier between the two neighbors. ‘Go inside North Korea!’ a sign for one local boat company proclaims.”

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