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Unfortunately I was suddenly unwell and had to postpone my first trip to August 2013.
Inside the communist enclave in 2013, photographer Aram Pan witnessed bustling markets, men and women enjoying themselves at a Western looking water park and miles and miles of crops ready for harvest, shattering all of his illusions about what a holiday to North Korea would entail.
North Korean men wearing suits enjoy ice cream in the sunshine, contradicting the most commonly cited cliche that North Korea is a 'destitute, starving country'.
The Arctic Cam gives the real-time view from the second floor of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner building in Fairbanks, Alaska.
The camera is looking south toward the Chena River and downtown Fairbanks.
' Sights: A woman stands with a black umbrella (left) and a horse statue (right) at the tomb of King Tongmyong.