2015-03-01 Mulmangcho School–good to be back

The Mulmangcho School (for Adolescent North Korean refugees) is a small alternative school for adolescent North Korean refugees founded in mid-2012 by Professor Park Sun-young. The school opened in September 2012, I have been the International Adviser to the school since October 2012.

Thanks to Rachel Stine, the Digital Fundraising Director at the Mulmangcho School, for organizing the Sunday trip to the Mulmangcho School (for Adolescent North Korean refugees)

Thanks to regular volunteer tutors Injee Lee, Ren Haynes,Aaron Grommesh and first-timers Julie Meyer Super, Paul Grossman for pushing back the frontiers of ignorance. Special thanks, as always, to Mike Ashley who always brings goodies for the volunteers, kids and staff. Yesterday we were joined by the documentary team from the UK, Edward Lawrence,Andrew Greenwood and Lee Sanders.

I have been the International Adviser to the Mulmangcho School since October 2012. Because I have been traveling and Teach North Korean Refugees, I don’t visit the school as often as I did in the past. Now when I visit, it is not in the capacity of being an organizer of the volunteers–rather, it is now as a donor and the International Adviser.

Don’t forget about the Mulmangcho/TNKR fundraiser this weekend. Injee confirmed with me yesterday that she would like me to speak at the event. https://www.facebook.com/events/1522073321387434

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