Kim Yo Jong, 28, is the first member of the ruling Kim family bearing the bloodline of the sacred Mount Paektu, a centerpiece of the North's idolization
and propaganda campaign, to cross the border into the South since the 1950-53 Korean War.
Former Gyeonggi Province Governor Kim Moon-soo compared this with North Korea's idolization
of its founder Kim Il-sung.
All of this suggests that it is perhaps time to reconsider the idolization
of Silicon Valley.
Secularism, through the idolization
of a private sphere of human rights and the deflection of some questions on human rights to this sphere, creates new forms of gender inequalities.
Particularly in light of much of the Tea Party Right's idolization
of Rand, the Builders Association is eager to delve deeper into her personal history and encourage a conversation with audiences.
Teenage lads followed the careers of well-known fliers with the intensity of today's teenage girls' idolization
of music and movie stars.
In this set, she plays a man in a suit and explores how men are complicit in creating the femme fatale, but also can experience a similarly unrealistic idolization
It is all the more surprising that the President who enjoys such obsessive idolization
does not emerge packaged in the long-established, idealized mold of a traditional leader: oozing with charisma, dressed in elegant clothes, and delivering inspiring speeches (or at least tries to).
of the self/individual contributes significantly to diminished communal character and declining membership in the churches.
And my previous idolization
of that service started to diminish.
As Salim comes to realize, Raymond's idolization
of the president masks the reality of the tyrant's true nature.
of the Horse Spirit indicates that the animal factor outweighs the human factor in people like Luo and Lao Lan.