DLAK blasts Japan for discrimination against Korean children
The Democratic Lawyers Association of Korea spokesman issued a statement on Thursday to condemn the Japanese authorities for making a base move to exclude the infant classes at the Korean schools in Japan from the benefits of the free infant education and upbringing system.
The spokesman said that it is a fundamental requirement of international law that the interests of children, the hope and flowers of the future, are prioritized and financial support to them is ensured.
Online education updated in keeping with growing needs
The education system is constantly updated for online education courses in keeping with the rapidly growing number of students.
Kim Chaek University of Technology established an artificial intelligence education management system, whereby the computer automatically assesses the abilities of students and presents necessary study contents to them. Modern mathematical methods have been applied to develop this system.
Study-while-you-work system proves effective
In the DPRK, all the working people study while they work.
Sci-tech learning spaces at production units and factory, farm and fishermen’s colleges offer good conditions for learning.
DPRK FM officials meet Venezuelan official
DPRK Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho met Ruben Dario Molina, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, and his party, who paid a courtesy call on him on Thursday.
Talks were held in Pyongyang on Thursday between Pak Myong Guk, vice foreign minister of the DPRK, and Ruben Dario Molina.
Hydraulic engineers meet to share achievements
A national scientific and technological presentation in the field of hydraulic engineering took place on Aug 20-21 to mark the 60th founding anniversary of Hamhung University of Hydraulic Engineering.
Present at the event sponsored by the State Commission of Science and Technology were teachers, researchers, graduate students, designers, field officials and engineers from units under the Education Commission, the State Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Electric Power Industry and the Ministry of Machine-building Industry, the Tideland Reclamation Management Bureau of the Ministry of Agriculture and others.
Hub of all-people learning
The Sci-Tech Complex on Ssuk Islet in the Taedong River is always jammed with visitors.
Built in the shape of a giant atom with a total floor space of over 106 600 square metres, the complex is a large-scale, comprehensive e-library where people can study to their heart’s content and a hub of latest technology distribution as well.
Event marks world breastfeeding week
An event was held to mark the World Breastfeeding Week 2019 at Kim Jong Suk Nursery on Thursday.
It was attended by officials from public health and media, local women, the UN resident coordinator and the representative of UNICEF in Pyongyang, as well as members of the missions of international organizations.
WPK CC deputy meets Syrian delegation
Choe Hwi, member of the Political Bureau and vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, met with the delegation of the General Union of the Peasants of Syria led by President Ahmad Saleh Ibraheem who paid a courtesy call on the former at the Mansudae Assembly Hall on Thursday.
Ahmad Saleh Ibraheem conveyed to Choe Hwi a gift the General Union of the Peasants of Syria presented to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.
Art performance given by TU members
Trade union officials and members from across the country who have won vocal and instrumental solo contest met at the Central Hall of Workers on Thursday to give a performance.
Put on the stage were numbers including female solo and chorus "Our National Flag" and female solo "I Love You Socialism".
Indictment traces back s. Korean conservatives’ pro-Japanese track
The National Reunification Institute Thursday published an indictment on the sordid treachery and wrongdoings of the south Korean conservatives.
The indictment cited facts to prove that the pro-Japanese stooges and traitors survived purge and gained ground in south Korea.
Railway experts present papers, show achievements
The National Sci-Tech Presentation and Exhibition in the Field of Railway Transport was held under the sponsorship of the Central Committee of the General Federation of Science and Technology of Korea on Aug 21-22 on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the foundation of Pyongyang University of Transport.
The event brought together lecturers, researchers, technicians, and graduate students from Kim Il Sung University, Pyongyang University of Transport, and other institutions.