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Sunday’s date September 9th marked exactly 70 years from the day when North Korea was founded. Though it’s formal name is The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea it is a communist state controlled by one central party. It’s also a military state who’s young men and women are required to serve in the armed forces for several years starting at age 17.

9月9日是朝鲜建国70周年纪念日。它的正式名称是朝鲜民主主义人民共和国,是一个由一个中央政党控制的共产主义国家。它也是一个军人国家,年轻的男女军人从17岁开始就要求在军队服役几年。

North Korea has spent tremendous amounts of it’s money on defense though it’s industrial and power sectors have struggled and it’s people have suffered through widespread shortages of food. The nation celebrated it’s history yesterday with a military parade. It was it’s first show of military strength since North Korean Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump made history with a face to face meeting in June. But the journalists invited to attend yesterday’s event noticed a couple major differences between it and the parades that the country has held in the past and those changes may be related to that summer meeting.

尽管朝鲜工业和电力部门举步维艰,人民也遭受了普遍的食品短缺,但其在国防上投入了大量资金。昨天朝鲜举行阅兵仪式来庆祝其历史。这是自朝鲜领导人金正恩和美国总统特朗普6月面对面会晤创造历史以来首次展示军事实力。但受邀参加昨天活动的记者们注意到,这次活动与过去举行的游行活动有一些重大区别,而这些区别可能与今天夏天的有关。

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: North Korea’s military parade to celebrate it’s 70th founding anniversary left no doubt that this is still a military state. It has a standing army of more than 1 million and there were thousands of soldiers marching here along Kim Il Sung Square. The one dramatic difference that I’ve seen this parade versus the previous parades that I’ve seen in this very square. The nuclear program was not included. You didn’t see the nuclear symbol and you certainly did not see the intercontinental ballistic missiles that are believe to pose a threat to the mainland United States.

朝鲜为庆祝其成立70周年而举行的阅兵式清楚地表明,朝鲜仍然是一个军事国家。朝鲜有100多万常备军,数千名士兵沿着金日成广场游行。我看到的这次游行和之前在这个广场上看到的游行有一个巨大的不同。核项目不包括在内。你们没有看到核标志,也没有看到洲际弹道导弹,而这些被认为对美国大陆构成威胁。

Those were kept away. The focus was on the soldiers themselves. Kim Jong- un the North Korean leader did not give a speech but his right hand man Kim Yong-nom did speak and one thing that he said that I thought was particularly striking. He told soldiers they need to be prepared to fight a war but they also need to be prepared simultaneously to fight an economic battle. To build things like roads and bridges and buildings to grow this country’s economy. Something that Kim Jong-un has said is his priority moving forward. Something that he hopes the United States will be able to help with as he continues to work towards diplomacy with President Trump.

远离核武器。重点是士兵们自己。朝鲜领导人金正恩没有发表讲话,但是他的右手边Kim Yong-nom的发表了讲话,他说了一件我认为特别引人注目的事情。他告诉士兵们,他们需要做好战争的准备,但同时也要做好经济战争的准备。修建道路、桥梁和建筑等来发展国家经济。金正恩说过,他的首要任务是继续前进。他希望美国能提供援助,就如同自己努力和美国进行外交一样。

他希望美国能够像他一样提供帮助

Sunday’s date September 9th marked exactly 70 years from the day when North Korea was founded. Though it’s formal name is The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea it is a communist state controlled by one central party. It’s also a military state who’s young men and women are required to serve in the armed forces for several years starting at age 17.

North Korea has spent tremendous amounts of it’s money on defense though it’s industrial and power sectors have struggled and it’s people have suffered through widespread shortages of food. The nation celebrated it’s history yesterday with a military parade. It was it’s first show of military strength since North Korean Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump made history with a face to face meeting in June. But the journalists invited to attend yesterday’s event noticed a couple major differences between it and the parades that the country has held in the past and those changes may be related to that summer meeting.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: North Korea’s military parade to celebrate it’s 70th founding anniversary left no doubt that this is still a military state. It has a standing army of more than 1 million and there were thousands of soldiers marching here along Kim Il Sung Square. The one dramatic difference that I’ve seen this parade versus the previous parades that I’ve seen in this very square. The nuclear program was not included. You didn’t see the nuclear symbol and you certainly did not see the intercontinental ballistic missiles that are believe to pose a threat to the mainland United States.

Those were kept away. The focus was on the soldiers themselves. Kim Jong- un the North Korean leader did not give a speech but his right hand man Kim Yong-nom did speak and one thing that he said that I thought was particularly striking. He told soldiers they need to be prepared to fight a war but they also need to be prepared simultaneously to fight an economic battle. To build things like roads and bridges and buildings to grow this country’s economy. Something that Kim Jong-un has said is his priority moving forward. Something that he hopes the United States will be able to help with as he continues to work towards diplomacy with President Trump.


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