Originally Posted by Mike Bulgakov
A few years ago, a friend was assigned to an embassy in Beijing. He was told to explain to his family that they might come home and find someone at their computer, or going through their things. The proper response was to ignore this person, let them finish the job, and let them leave.
If it were me, I would ask the Chinese government agent if he wanted a beer. I would then ask him what he thought about North Korea.
The summer vacation 2013 is shaping up pretty nicely so far. A week in Moscow, a week in Vladivostok, and next thing you know you’re on an Air Koryo plane to Pyongyang and there’s a jeep by the runway full of nice uniformed bilingual people eager to chat and drive you around town. Couple of months in Hokkaido hot springs and you’re ready to wrap it up and go home…