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The Wall

Backstory: The protestors spiked the mudflats with jangseungs, which could be described as Korean totem poles. Often they are carved with hideous faces to ward off evil spirits. In this case, the evil spirits were their own government and South Korea’s construction cartel. Click on the title below to read the story.

Date

March 21, 2006

Category

Christian Science Monitor