Why sanctions against N.Korea are causing pain in China
21 Sep 2017

Along China’s border with North Korea, residents are more worried about feeding their families than the possibility of nuclear war.

In Hunchun, a city of about 230,000 people near China’s shared frontier with North Korea and Russia, protests briefly broke out last month after the United Nations Security Council approved sanctions banning exports of seafood and other goods from Kim Jong Un’s regime.

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