Angela Lu Fulton

Angela is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine and a part-time editor for WORLD Digital. She is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Angela resides in Taipei, Taiwan. Follow her on Twitter @angela818.

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China squeezed between Korean priorities

Persecution | Human rights groups hope China’s desire to build ties with South Korea could ease pressure on North Korean refugees
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 10/03/13, 11:40 am

A young North Korean women wearing oversized sunglasses tells her tale of escaping from North Korea: She was six, and her mother carried her to China on her back. But leaving the country was only the beginning of their problems.

“As a North Korean refugee, I’ve [been] sent back with my family about four times,” she said in a YouTube video created by the North Korea Freedom Coalition (NKFC). “And every time we’re sent back to North Korea, we [were] tortured by officers in China and in North Korea, so every time we have to do our best to survive.”

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Photo courtesy of Montana Dennis

Looking for Jesus in the script

Million-dollar Movie | Nathanael and Christina Matanick gather story pitches for their EchoLight Studios-funded, faith-based film
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/26/13, 08:50 am

This is the second installment of our reality series about Nathanael and Christina Matanick, young filmmakers who won Best Film at the 168 Film Festival, earning a prize of up to $1 million to make a feature-length film through EchoLight Studios. We’re following the filmmakers month-by-month as they try to create in a way that glorifies our Creator.

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Connect the dots

Lifestyle | In the battle against sex trafficking, some are shining light on what has led to the demand: porn
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/20/13, 01:00 am

Sex trafficking is the issue du jour on college campuses. Students attend documentaries, hold charity walks, and put on bake sales to raise money for safe houses and victim restoration. Special speakers spread awareness about girls trapped in the sex industry against their will. 

While most anti-trafficking work focuses on helping victims, few students talk about what propels women into the trade: the continued demand by men to buy women and the role internet pornography plays in that demand. 

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