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So the first thing about my photography was that it made me feel like I existed. People said, 'Can you show me your photos?' and that gave me strength despite my shyness and inhibition.
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PYONGYANG, North Korea — The Korean Revolutionary Museum, 1982.
PHOTO: Hiroji Kubota
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