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Imwe50 karma

  • What's the difference between you taking your meds and you going without them?
  • How organized are your belongings? Do you always put your stuff in the same place?
  • Do you have something like a diary to note important events?

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Imwe46 karma

  • How are the immunization programs against polio in Nigeria and Pakistan going? I know there is some mistrust against the UN in certain regions. What do you do to convince people to immunize their children?

  • For which disease do you hope a vaccine will be developed soon.

  • How difficult is it to get a new vaccine approved for use in UN vaccination programs?

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Imwe37 karma

  • How is their health compared to other North Koreans? Do they get more and better food compared to everyone else?

  • What is their relationship to the police? I'm assuming the army is involved in law enforcement. Is the police considered just another arm of the military or are they separate?

  • How do you get promoted in the military? Is it just a question of knowing the right people?

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Imwe26 karma

  • Apologies if this has been asked before but what type of image do North Koreans have of Americans? You've said they are seen as evil but how exactly? I know that if somebody wanted me to describe evil I would picture a nazi. So somebody who believes in white supremacy with either his head shaven or a Hitler hairdo. He likes wearing uniforms with army boots and is constantly talking about jewish conspiracy theories. Obviously this image has been strongly influenced by the culture I grew up in so I'm wondering how they picture evil.

  • In what way are they afraid of black people? Is it a fear that black people are unpredictable and that they'll get attacked? Or is it something like a fear of being 'contaminated' by being around them?

Imwe14 karma

In my education I noticed a big difference between people who liked to learn for the sake of learning and others who were only interested in learning enough to pass tests. The former still read books for fun while the latter don't. What is something that will help schools produce curious students instead of test passers?