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Focus on the Things You Can Control in the Pool

<i>Olivier Poirier-Leroy is a former national level swimmer based out of Victoria, BC. In feeding his passion for swimming, he has developed</i> …

Goal Setting

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Multimedia

Travel Trailer Camper Vs. Truck Camper

In 1960 author John Steinbeck and his poodle Charley took to the road in a GMC pickup equipped with a modest truck camper he dubbed “Rocinante.” The …

RVs

Our Tent on Wheels: A Pop-Up Camper Vacation

A nature-loving family trades in tents and sleeping bags for the ease and convenience of a pop-up trailer<p>We are a family of campers. My husband, Daniel, and I, along with our kids (Jackson, age 13, Nolan, 9, and Aaron, 8), have always loved packing our gear and heading off to explore some national …

Camping

Reward system

<b>Primary rewards</b>[1]<p>Water<p>Sex<p>Food<p>Parental care<p>The <b>reward system</b> is a group of neural structures responsible for incentive salience (i.e., motivation and …

Which Swimming Technique Will Help Me Tone Up Fastest?

All four strokes, when done at the same time during a workout, can help you tone up the fastest using all of your different muscle groups while …

Swimming

Kim Jong-un's uncle Jang Song-thaek executed, say North Korean state media

Announcement follows accusations of corruption, drug use, gambling, womanising and leading 'dissolute and depraved life'<p>North Korea has executed Kim Jong-un's uncle as a "traitor for all ages" who sought to grab power, state media announced early on Friday morning.<p>Jang Song-thaek, previously one of …

North Korea: the new generation losing faith in the regime

After decades of absolute control, Pyongyang's iron grip on the lives of ordinary citizens is finally slipping. Tania Branigan meets the people who no longer believe the propaganda<p>North Korea network: follow the Guardian and our partners for unique reporting and analysis<p>Inside North Korea – in …

North Korea's fashion police

Unwritten rules on personal style are enforced by a small army of young communists, but that doesn't stop some trendsetters from pushing the boundaries<p>• Welcome to the Guardian North Korea network<p>• The new generation losing faith in the regime<p>She fell in love the moment she saw them. Black, …

North Korea releases new photographs of Kim Jong-un as a child – in pictures

To accompany the latest images we've put together a selection of photographs of the North Korean leader going about his duties

North Korea: inside the world's most secret state - in pictures

North Korean Perspectives is an exhibition juxtaposing the official version of the country against that of people offering an alternate view of this reclusive state. The show features work distributed by KCNA, the state press agency, photographs by visitors on approved and carefully controlled …

Ask a North Korean: are women treated equally in your society?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a reader’s question to a North Korean defector. This week’s is about gender equality – or the lack thereof<p><b>Shuang Lin in China asks:</b><p><i>Generally, do you feel that there is gender equality in North Korea society? Do women face serious discrimination?</i><p>North Korea is …

The Arduous March: growing up in North Korea during famine

Mina Yoon escaped North Korea in 2010. During the 1990s, when around one million people died from starvation, she recalls how her family ate tree bark and rice roots to survive<p>I have to admit that even now, some memories are very painful. The Arduous March that I experienced as a little kid is one …

Ask a North Korean: what's the street food speciality?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a question from a reader to a North Korean defector. This week a reader asks whether South Korea’s most loved dishes – from famed hotteok to spicy oden – exist in Pyongyang?<p>Before I came to South Korea, I had never heard of tteokbokki, the popular Korean dish …

Ask a North Korean: do you keep pets?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a reader’s question to a defector. This week: Is it common to keep domestic animals? What are the most popular ones?<p>In Pyongyang, the most common pets are monkeys and dogs. Few outside of the capital can afford to have animals because they take up a lot of effort …

Ask a North Korean: what happens on your wedding day?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a reader’s question to a defector. This week: why the Supreme Leader and chickens are a fixture at every ceremony<p>In North Korea, your wedding isn’t just <i>your</i> moment, because the government and Workers’ Party often intervene. There’s no such thing as a bouquet …

Ask a North Korean: do you love K-pop too?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a reader’s question to a North Korean defector. This week a reader asks: have South Korea’s K-pop stars prompted a similar craze across the border?<p>K-pop groups have grown much more popular in North Korea since 2012. But although bands often look glamorous, …

Ask a North Korean: how do you treat mental illness?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a reader’s question to a defector who fled the DPRK. Here, the poor state of psychiatric care comes under scrutiny<p>Many North Koreans have mental health problems but I did not realise you could see a psychiatrist before coming to South Korea. I hadn’t even heard …

Ask a North Korean: how do people access news?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a question from a reader to a North Korean defector. June Lee asked whether people have access to news in the secretive state, and what state media tells them about the outside world<p>In North Korea the media is broadcast, printed and distributed under strict …

Ask a North Korean: do you learn foreign languages?

In an ongoing series, NK News poses a reader’s question to a North Korean defector. This week’s is about learning to speak foreign languages in a country when travel is forbidden<p>Kristo from Estonia asks:<p><i>In the USSR, behind the Iron Curtain, foreign language studies in universities were prestigious</i> …

Language Learning

Why North Koreans are developing an appetite for foreign languages

With trade overtaking the traditional party-cadre route to riches, language lessons are in demand. And it’s not just about ambition, reports Daily NK<p>Young North Koreans are demonstrating a growing appetite to learn foreign languages so as to improve their job prospects – and allow them to …

North Korean Dictator's Wife Revealed

Inside Story - North Korea's untested young Kim

North Korea

Speech of Kim Jong Un at meeting of Children - translated

North Korea

Excellent Horse-Like Lady - Hyon Song-wol (a.k.a. "A Girl in the Saddle of a Steed")

Translation

Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble

Playlist

Best Banana Bread Recipe - Genius Kitchen

Remove odd pots and pans from oven.<p>Preheat oven to 350º.<p>Cream together butter and sugar.<p>Add eggs and crushed bananas.<p>Combine well.<p>Sift together …

Why North Korea is the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian

For the 13th year in a row, North Korea has topped the annual World Watch List published each January by Open Doors, the organisation that campaigns …

North Korea

A Quiet Opening in North Korea

The situation in North Korea is changing, thanks in large part to North Koreans’ expanding access to unsanctioned foreign media and information …

North Korea