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Shin Eung-ho eats pizza and talks on the phone inside a togulbang, a small capsule-like room, at Inspa World in Incheon, South Korea. The 12-year-old fled Yeongpyeong island with his family. Doualy Xaykaothao/For NPR hide caption

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Asia

Fearing More Clashes, South Koreans Take Refuge

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Blake Mycoskie, 34, who calls himself the Chief Shoe Giver, created a business model that lets him give back. For one pair of Toms shoes purchased, the company gives one pair away -- from the Gulf Coast to Argentina to Ethiopia. Courtesy of Toms hide caption

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Social Entrepreneurs: Taking On World Problems

'Soul Mates': Shoe Entrepreneur Finds Love In Giving

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