From my windows on the 43rd floor
I have breakfast with my British friends, who are leaving, too. They’re hardy travelers and they are taking the train back to China, a privilege not available to me because I have, after all, an American passport as well as a French one. So I have to fly out. We say goodbye for now and I head to the airport.
When I land in Shenyang, Manchuria, after a one-hour flight from Pyongyang, I feel like I’m re-entering civilization.
There’s something wrong with this.