I left Japan for North Korea expecting paradise, and was trapped for 43 years

It was cold and pitch black when Eiko Kawasaki was last able to speak with her youngest daughter. Terrified that her call might be detected, she stood in the shadow of a tree and spoke quietly as she clutched the mobile phone to her ear. Her daughter was only a couple of kilometres away, but they were separated by the China-North Korea border and she might as well have been on another planet.

“This was in November 2019 and she was able to travel close to the border at that time,” said Kawasaki…

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