Food Donation makes Sense


As guests, we were treated to a delicious meal of baked sweet potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, tofu and cabbage soup. However, most North Koreans eat much simpler meals of vegetable soup, rice mixed with corn, kimchi (a sort of Korean Sauerkraut) and perhaps other pickled vegetables. Meat, eggs or tofu are rare delicacies for most – especially for children in hospitals or orphanages, who hardly ever get to eat these things. We try to think of ways to remedy this situation of food shortages, for example, through new donations of food stuffs.

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