General Secretary Kim Jong Il visited the Central Zoo in Pyongyang.
He looked round the monument to President Kim Il Sung's on-site guidance newly built at the entrance of the zoo.
Recalling the history of the zoo, he said that the zoo is a product of the President's warm love for the people. The undying feats of the President who devoted all his life to the people will shine long in the history of the country, he added.
Going round a veterinary hospital, an aquarium and other places of the zoo, leader Kim Jong Il learned in detail about its management and operation.
He expressed great satisfaction with the officials and employees of the zoo who have taken good care of animals and organized visits to the zoo in a meticulous way for the cultural and emotional education of the visitors. [...]
Thursday, January 20, 2011
I went on down to the Pyongang Zoo and they all axed fuh you
They rallied 'round the headquarters of the revolution fuh you, they even made a great leap forward fuh you: