Under Benevolent Care

Following is what Han Kum Song, a technician at the Jangwon Ragwon Joint Venture Company, said to a journalist from the Radio-Television Broadcasting Committee of the DPRK. 
“I have been having trouble with an arm and both legs since my early years. But thanks to the benevolent socialist system, I can take part in social life and work like others.
“I attended primary and secondary schools and a vocational school for the disabled. 
“And now I am studying in the second grade of the on-line college of Kim Chaek University of Technology. 
“Our socialist motherland is truly the embrace of the mother who cares more for her sick and wounded children. 
“I will do my best for the development of our benevolent socialist motherland.”

Intermediate Evaluation of Disabled Children

Collection of Sketches

Greater Spur to Training

Commemorative Gathering during International Deaf Week

Commemorative Gathering for the Day of World White Stick Held

Artistic Performance of Persons with Disabilities Held in Nampho

A Girl: Eighth Encore

Echoes from Audiences

Short Courses Given at Schools for Children with Listening and Speaking Disabilities

Coaches’ Ability Leads to That of Their Trainees