Unveiling the Silicon Valley of North Korea: high-rise buildings with complete facilities and hanging leader portrait

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 Unveiling the Silicon Valley of North Korea: high-rise buildings with complete facilities and hanging leader portrait


Reference News Network May 4th reported that the Spanish daily Le Monde published in May on the 2 issue entitled Silicon Valley in Korea. The author is Javier Espinoza. The article is abstracted as follows: The most representative works of the Korean Academy of sciences are not in Pyongyang, but are anchored on the banks of Datong River. The ship powered by the solar panels produced by the agency, all of which are made in North Korea, carrying more than 50 passengers. The special technology used by solar powered ships comes from the research and development achievements of the Korean Academy of Sciences in Ping city. And Ping city is known as North Korea Silicon Valley. Since 60s of last century, Ping Cheng has become the center of science and technology in North Korea. Many scientific research institutions, including the Korean Academy of Sciences, have set up branches here to achieve the grand goal of economic self-sufficiency in North Korea. There are about 45 minutes drive between Pyongyang and the city. Scientists live in tall buildings and all kinds of supporting facilities are available. The portrait and inscription of the 3 leaders are also hung in front of the headquarters of the Korean Academy of Sciences in Pyongyang. The current North Korean leader has praised scientists as the most valuable asset of the country and provided them with the best living conditions. Faced with the importance of science, many college students regard scientific research as their dream. The Korean Academy of Sciences was founded in 1952, during the Korean War. The exhibition houses a picture of the completion of the Academy of Sciences. The exhibition gathered 3 leaders to inspect the precious image data of scientific research and scientific research projects. All these achievements are the symbol of North Koreas economic self-sufficiency. The research results of the National Academy of Sciences of Korea are all inclusive: using natural resources to plant edible fungi; using special glass to maintain the indoor temperature of 16 degrees indoor energy saving buildings; using satellite to discover groundwater and so on. According to the data, there are 6000 to 8000 scientists in the National Academy of Sciences, 20% of whom are women. Because of the lack of oil, North Korea has set its sights on renewable energy. As an important research and development project of the Korean Academy of Sciences, the solar panel technology mentioned above has been popularized in North Korea since 2015, and now it has entered the common people of North Korea, including rural areas. When talking about their ideals, the North Korean scientists will answer without exception: to improve peoples living standards. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053