Here is an article in Dal News about Shin’s visit!
Last spring, Anna Maria spoke to Shin Dong-hyuk, the only person believed to have been born in a North Korean prison camp who has ever escaped from one. It’s one of the most memorable interviews we’ve ever had here at The Current. This week, Shin is in Canada, trying to bring attention to North Korea’s prison camps. Anna Maria had a chance to meet him in person and to ask him what it’s like adjusting to a freedom he couldn’t even have imagined before.
Don’t forget to come to Shin’s talk tonight in the Mccain Building at Dalhousie University! Doors open at 7:00 pm, don’t miss it!
Welcome to Halifax, Shin!
Camp14Project is so excited to announce that Shin will be coming to Halifax from March 5-10!
He will be speaking on March 7th at 7:30 (doors open at 7) at the Scotia Bank Auditorium in the McCain Building at Dalhousie University. Free admission!
This is an amazing opportunity to hear a North Korean prison camp survivor tell his personal and heartbreaking story.
6135 University Avenue, Halifax.
Our music team wrote a song for our protest – check it out and spread the message.
Anderson Cooper interviews Shin and reports the story of his escape on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 on CBS News.