Tourists flock to lake hut that was hideaway for North Korean fugitive who staged dramatic escape


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A hut in northeastern China that an escaped North Korean prisoner transformed into a hideaway has become a popular tourist attraction and created another draw to the already famous Songhua Lake.

The fugitive, known by his Chinese name Zhu Xianjian, captured the imagination of the nation when he made a daring escape from a jail in Jilin province in October last year.

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