• North Korea's creepy fake civilian village fools no one

    Alastair Bonnett welcomes you to a fake place. The lights go on and off, and the roads are periodically swept clean, but the windows have no glass and there are no residents behind them. Kijong-dong, also called Peace Village, was built in the 1950s to lure potential defectors to North Korea, a display of the communist state's progress and modernity. The question is, what remorseless logic keeps it going?