North Korea trivia: a country that cannot make international calls

North Korea trivia: a country that cannot make international calls

In 2007, a citizen was shot and killed by using a mobile phone to make international calls. The…
North Korea trivia: no guides accompany, tourists can not go anywhere

North Korea trivia: no guides accompany, tourists can not go anywhere

Travel to North Korea must be accompanied by a tour guide and accompanied by a North Korean tour…

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North Korea trivia: dare to hide the Bible, then you are in danger

North Korea trivia: dare to hide the Bible, then you are in danger

The North Korean government regards the Bible as a means by which capitalism corrupts the Korean people. The…
North Korea trivia: a unique TV show?

North Korea trivia: a unique TV show?

In North Korea, the people say that everything they see must be screened by the government. The national…
North Korea trivia:"implicate the nine generations of a family" is still on stage

North Korea trivia:”implicate the nine generations of a family” is still on stage

In order to prevent criminals serving prison sentences from escaping, North Korean law stipulates that once a prisoner…
North Korea trivia:Voting everyone’s rights is also an obligation

North Korea trivia:Voting everyone’s rights is also an obligation

Voting in North Korea is compulsory. Whether it is the Supreme People’s Assembly, which is renewed every five…
North Korea trivia: a city where only elites can live

North Korea trivia: a city where only elites can live

There are only two big cities in the world today that are not known for their slums. In…
School trivia: What is the original name of Shandong University?

School trivia: What is the original name of Shandong University?

Shandong University Hall is the predecessor of Shandong University and the second official university hall established in China…
North Korea trivia: Government officials are not necessarily qualified to drive to work?

North Korea trivia: Government officials are not necessarily qualified to drive to work?

In North Korea, most people except government officials are not allowed to drive, so even in the peak…
North Korea trivia: a country that can't cut hair at will?

North Korea trivia: a country that can’t cut hair at will?

In 2013, Kim Jong-un decided to restrict the hair style of Chinese people and launched “28 hairstyles that…
Penguin trivia:A penguin that swims fast!

Penguin trivia:A penguin that swims fast!

When the emperor penguin snorkels, the friction between the body and the water slows down its speed, allowing…
Sperm Trivia: Can it survive a few days after a male death?

Sperm Trivia: Can it survive a few days after a male death?

The determination of death is basically based on the three principles of cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, and pupil…
Cactus Trivia:Is it illegal to cut down cactus?

Cactus Trivia:Is it illegal to cut down cactus?

Whenever you travel to a country, you may feel different customs and habits. In addition, there are big…
Chinese medicine trivia:Chinese medicine produced with manure?

Chinese medicine trivia:Chinese medicine produced with manure?

People in yellow, Chinese medicine name. The finished product is immersed in a bamboo tube in the end…
Booger trivia:Does the human body eat a few hundred milliliters of nasal discharge every day?

Booger trivia:Does the human body eat a few hundred milliliters of nasal discharge every day?

Some of the sputum evaporates, and some of it snots into a snot, and most of it passes…
Ice cream trivia:Was there a warship that produced ice cream during World War II?

Ice cream trivia:Was there a warship that produced ice cream during World War II?

The standard displacement of the Quartz ice cream barge is 5,678 tons and can carry 3,000 tons. It…
Sun Trivia: Is the water on the earth still in 1 billion years?

Sun Trivia: Is the water on the earth still in 1 billion years?

After entering a research institute for multiple data model calculations, it is known that after about 1.1 billion…
Phone trivia:The world's first mobile phone with built-in games?

Phone trivia:The world’s first mobile phone with built-in games?

With the popularity of mobile games, game performance has become a performance indicator of mobile phones as much…
Temperature trivia:Is the temperature of minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit and minus 40 degrees Celsius the same?

Temperature trivia:Is the temperature of minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit and minus 40 degrees Celsius the same?

In 1714, the Dutchman Warren Hite developed the Fahrenheit scale. He set the temperature at which a certain…
Semen trivia:Does it taste the same as heather?

Semen trivia:Does it taste the same as heather?

Speaking of heather, a plant that can be seen everywhere in the country, it has the stalk of…
Joke trivia:How does the brain interpret jokes?

Joke trivia:How does the brain interpret jokes?

When we see jokes or humorous stories, we often laugh at ourselves. This behavior is essentially the result…
Scars trivia:Will the trauma of human beings at the young age leave scars in the brain?

Scars trivia:Will the trauma of human beings at the young age leave scars in the brain?

According to relevant research in Germany, if a person has been abused or injured for a long time…
Lie trivia:People lie, the nose will have a fever?

Lie trivia:People lie, the nose will have a fever?

Scientists have discovered that although after lie, most people still seem to be blushing, but by observing their…
Eyebrow trivia:Dogs can communicate with humans through eyebrows

Eyebrow trivia:Dogs can communicate with humans through eyebrows

In the past, studies have found that the more often a dog in a shelter is raised in…
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