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Agoer Henrusman
Mon, 13 Jun 2016 16:13 EDT
Needed funds for home improvement mother
Dear Mr. or Mrs.

My name AGOER HENRUSMAN, I am the second of four children, now I live in the area Rangkasbitung Lebak district of Banten province, My brother stayed with Mum I Regional Cicalengka Bandung Regency West Java Province, Brother I am a woman living with her husband in the Region Tasimalaya Tasikmalaya district of West Java province and the latter's sister I live in the city of Bandung in West Java province.
Conditions My mother is a widow who currently do not work only scrape a living from his mercy. Which is just the most children live within the limitations of money, then for that I am a child really want to serve even though only a small portion to thank Ms. I, for that I ventured to seek the help of the money for home improvement and survival, for philanthropists and donors which has an excess of material of money, would presumably help the mother I set aside a small portion of the money donated to the Mother I am the current conditions listed above.
For those who are willing to donate please send to the bank account below
BCA (Bank Central Asia) Serang Branch.
Rangkasbitung Unit.

photos of my mom's house could be seen on facebook under the name agoer

Thus I will now submit applications for assistance to be informed, before I thank you.

Best regards

Note The attached photo
To view photos of the house could be seen on facebook
arian cazimi
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 22:54 EDT
visa application
I would like to vist north korea as a tourist. I am a serbian citizen. i would like to drive by car to north korea through china if possible
Wed, 14 May 2014 20:04 EDT
in search for better
I was born in perhaps one of the best country that ever existed, unfortunately, no longer exists.
The head of the state was probably one of the best leaders ever.
You probably already guessed that it was Yugoslavia, Marshal Tito.
Unfortunately after the bloody disintegration of the state, followed by attempts to return to the old fairs, which unfortunately did not manage , often I'm thinkingin in which the state I will continue to live. After the breakup of Yugoslavia it was created six new countries (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia).
Each of these states was a shadow of Yugoslavia. It was sad to watch all all of them.
After many years of thinking and attempts to resume a normal life, I realized it was impossible to live in all these countries. After long searching and thinking I think North Korea is the best option to resume a normal life that I'm used in Yugoslavia.
I'd like to tell me if this is possible and how???
I apologize in advance for use of the English language ,but it is the only foreign language that I know...
sincerely yours Todor.

My contact is
Fri, 27 Dec 2013 00:52 EST
Hi again. i thought I would bring this up to you. China's leader just said the us government can invest in roads and bridges and railroads. I think he should send the atacheys from the usa back home and build some railroads and dams in the USA first. They
Hi again. i thought I would bring this up to you. China's leader just said the us government can invest in roads and bridges and railroads. I think he should send the atacheys from the usa back home and build some railroads and dams in the USA first. They mostly build roads here. In my opinion, The republican oil company of America wants chinese pesents money too. The new chinese leader is gonna spend 80 billion dollars in america building a coal gasification project in pennsylvania now. Is he jumping on bushes energy bandwagon. while starving communist party officials no lavish spending to improve poor peasants but ill throw 80 billion over usa's way. why not put in a nice passenger train in the northeast usa instead? David Medway
Sat, 30 Mar 2013 01:23 EDT
kak dela
privet to friends fom north korea
smelo tovarishi v nogy
Mon, 11 Mar 2013 12:00 EDT
how can a person become a citizen of n.k. quickly and live there?
Birgit Skjaeret
Fri, 26 Oct 2012 15:53 EDT
Asking for advise
I am a writer for a very small communist newpaper in Norway. Not paid as a journalist, but denied to go om tourist trip. In january I will visit a friend in China, and then I also want to visit your country. I am a member of the Norway/North Korea friendship organisation. I am living in Bulgaria at the moment and I can come to Sofia for visa, or is it better to di it in Beijing? can I go with train? Thank you for answering.

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