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  • Tigers in the Korean DMZ?

    from boing boing: People are now willing to pay large sums to see wild animals in the proper setting,” Mr. Shore said. “Eco-tourism would protect the DMZ from becoming the Hamptons of South Korea.” [Bruce Sterling says: “Perhaps it’s possible to transform the Hamptons into a DMZ.“]

  • DMZ’s rich ecosystem

    from viridiandesign.org: “According to the South Korean government’s six-year study of the ecosystem in the DMZ, the 250-km-long, 4-km-wide no-man’s land that separates heavily armed forces has been reconfirmed as housing some of the world’s rarest species of flora and fauna. “Revealing its study conducted from 1995 until Feb. 6 of last year, the Korea […]



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