The teenage daughter of Google chairman Eric Schmidt has shed some light on her father's secretive trip to North Korea, writing a first-hand account of the visit to a "very, very strange" country.
Photo taken by KCNA on January 8, 2013 shows Google chairman Eric Schmidt (3rd L) visiting an e-library at Kim Il-Sung University in Pyongyang. "Our trip was a mixture of highly-staged encounters, tightly-orchestrated viewings and what seemed like genuine human moments," Schmidt's teenage daughter Sophie wrote in a blog post.
In a blog posting at the weekend entitled "It might not get weirder than this", Sophie Schmidt provided a candid take on the controversial three-day trip earlier this month that was criticised by the US government.
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