Recovery work in full swing in Kim Chaek
Kim Chaek of North Hamgyong Province is seething with the campaign to recover from typhoon damage.
After finishing concrete placing for the foundations in the shortest possible time, members of the Second Division of the Party members in the capital city Pyongyang are now dynamically pushing ahead with brick-laying for walls.
Doctor throws himself into endoscopic development
Choe Chol, endoscopist at Kim Man Yu Hospital, checks the field of operation.
Choe Chol, doctor at the Kim Man Yu Hospital, is known as an experienced physician in the field of endoscopic medical science. He contributed greatly to the development of the country’s endoscopic medical technology for 35 years since he established relations with the endoscope. Whenever he sees those, who said that they could receive timely treatment since they had been given correct early diagnosis, the nearly 70-yearold endoscopist recollects the course of his life with deep emotion.
Art troupes conduct motivational activities at rehabilitation sites
Central art troupes are doing frontline-style motivational activities in the afflicted areas for recovery from damage, true to the militant call of the Workers’ Party of Korea Central Committee.
Artistes from the National Folk Art Troupe are conducting such activities at rehabilitation sites in North Hwanghae Province including Taechong-ri of Unpha County.
Korean commercial workers federation in Japan holds 34th general meeting
The 34th general meeting of the Federation of Korean Men of Commerce in Japan took place in Tokyo on September 12.
It was attended by Jo Il Yon, vice-chairman of the Central Standing Committee of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon), and officials of the federation and deputies.
Priority given to producing equipment needed for rehabilitation
Industrial establishments across the country are hastening the manufacture of equipment and parts needed for repairing damage from natural disasters.
The Anju Pump Factory is overfulfilling its daily plan by 60 percent by speeding up production, processing and assembly of forgings.
Yonthan County famous for black chokeberry
A large proportion of Yonthan County in North Hwanghae Province is covered with forests and especially black chokeberries can be seen everywhere.
It is a feast to see their red leaves and black ripe fruits in mountains, gardens and parks in autumn.
Party members from capital city launch daring offensive
Combatants from the First Division of Party members in the capital city are waging an audacious offensive in the rehabilitation sites of South Hamgyong Province.
After carrying out the foundation work and the erection of walls for dwelling houses in a few days at lightning speed, they successfully rounded off the concrete placing for slabs and roofing work.
Foreign personages pay congratulatory visits to DPRK missions
Personages of all social standings in different countries visited DPRK missions in their countries between September 7 and 9 on the occasion of the 72nd founding anniversary of the DPRK.
They laid baskets of flowers and bouquets at the portraits of smiling President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il and other artworks showing their images before paying tribute to them.
Premier Kim inspects iron and steel giants
Premier Kim Tok Hun, who is member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, inspected the Chollima Steel Complex.
He took measures to solve the problems arising in operating equipment at full capacity including the normal operation of electric furnaces and improvement of technical management of the continuous ingotting machine.
Woman studies poisonous animals for medical purposes
Hong Son Hui, researcher at the zoology institute of the State Academy of Sciences, extracts snake venom.
Snake venom began to be used in the medical field a long time ago, but the therapy using it was based on scientific grounds only in the 20th century.
Restoration of railways in Komdok in full swing
Railway restoration in the Komdok area is dynamically pushed forward in the DPRK.
The builders secured materials needed for the restoration of damaged railways, electric car lines and utility poles for communication lines and pushed the replacing of sleepers, repair of structures and hardening of roadbed, thereby reopening to traffic the sections between several railway stations. And they are carrying out a huge amount of earth piling and masonry every day.