North Korea may be one of the world's most reclusive countries, but one innovative non-governmental organisation has been building bridges to the hermit kingdom by creating training opportunities for its young professionals and future leaders in the areas of business, economics and law. Since 2009, Singapore-based Choson Exchange has been bringing business trainers to conduct workshops in North Korea and young North Koreans to Singapore on internships. Founder Geoffrey See and executive director Andray Abrahamian tell Shanghaiist how Choson Exchange came about and what they're doing in North Korea today.
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