The 4th Media’s First “Study Tour” to DPRK from July 25 to August 1, 2015

The 4th Media’s First “Study Tour” to DPRK from July 25 to August 1, 2015

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The 4th Media | Sunday, June 14, 2015, 11:11 Beijing


(For a much clearer/larger view of Mt. Myohyang, DPRK, please click the photo image.)

Dear friends and supporters of The 4th Media,

In July 25 of this year, The 4th Media, working together with a tour company, calledGlocal Encounters is going to launch its first global “Study Tour” project to DPRK.

Through its newly-launched long-term study tour projects in the coming years, The 4th Media is committed to develop its global culture/education tour project which is determined toenhance, broaden, deepen and diversify world’s peoples’ understandings, solely based upon the most universal (therefore “should be globally observed”) principles such as mutual-respect, peaceful coexistence and co-prosperity, of great diversity of human cultures around the globe.

The following excerpt is from UNESCO’s 2001 Declaration of “Cultural Diversity“:

“In its rich diversity, culture has intrinsic value for development as well as social cohesion and peace.

Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only in respect of economic growth, but also as a means of leading a more fulfilling intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life. This is captured in the seven culture conventions, which provide a solid basis for the promotion of cultural diversity. Cultural diversity is thus an asset that is indispensable for poverty reduction and the achievement of sustainable development.

At the same time, acceptance and recognition of cultural diversity – in particular through innovative use of media and ICTs – are conducive to dialogue among civilizations and cultures, respect and mutual understanding.” (from UNESCO)

The 4th Media’s next (second) study tour project starts with China either late this year or early next year. In the long run, however, we also plan to organize goodwill friends and tourists from around the world to Russia, Mongolia and several  Central Asian nations such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, and so on.

But, today, The 4th Media is determined to do its best to successfully organize its first study tour group to DPRK on the special occasion of the 62nd Anniversary of Armistice Agreement which was signed in July 27, 1953.

In the coming months, however, The 4th Media will also continue to work with GE to organize the August, September and October study tour groups to DPRK as well.

As wellknown, Korean peninsula is the only nation still divided on earth.

After the artificial, cruel and inhumane division imposed by outside forces upon the whole Korean people, 70 years have passed. Nothing has changed. Constant hostilities, antagonisms and even evermore dangerous possibilities of nuclear war have been instead further intensified.

Thus we believe The 4th Media’s first study tour project to DPRK is timely.

In Pyongyang, the July group will meet other international goodwill friends from around the world.

The 4th Media does sincerely hope and believe, through its ongoing and long-term study tour projects, most, if not all, participants could have wonderful memories and valuable experiences from its open, inclusive and genuinely constructive tour programs.

By the way, for all the participants of the July Launching Tour group from July 25 to August 1, the GE is going to offer a specially-adjusted (i.e., a very low) launching price.

The July tour package price for 7 nights and 8 days, which includes everything from Beijing to Pyongyang and back to Beijing, is something unheard of these days.

FYI, according to the GE information, it’s about a half price compared to other DPRK tour package prices around the world these days.

Looking forward to meeting you all in The 4th Media’s first study tour group in July 25th!

The 4th Media


A detailed itinerary, the price, room and borad, and all other-related  information of the July tour program are as follows:

If you want to see much clearer and larger pictures, please click on the each PDF image once, then you’ll be able to see the pictures in a much larger size!




























Contact Information for the July Tour 



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