(哈薩克族). An ethnic minority of 1,5 million Chinese citizens who speak the Kazakh language and live in Xinjiang, where there are a Kazakh “autonomous” prefecture and three Kazakh “autonomous” counties. Almost all ethnic Kazakhs are Muslim, and they are subject to increasing religious persecution together with the Uyghurs.
Morally Ensnared in Xinjiang: A Young Researcher Reflects on Genocides
Xinjiang and other theaters of genocide may seem far away from us. They aren’t, as products of forced labor are in our shops.
Ama Adhe, Tibetan Hero, Dies at 88
She organized an underground network of women fighting for human rights and freedom, and was tortured for 27 years in the CCP jails.
Fengqiao Experience: The CCP Revives a Maoist Terror Strategy
On August 12, the People’s Daily called for a nation-wide revival of one of the most dreaded practices of Chairman Mao’s years, accompanied by more propaganda.
Jimmy Lai Arrested, a Blow to Catholic Dissidents in Mainland China
The Catholic tycoon was a main financial supporter of Catholics who refuse to join the government-controlled Patriotic Association.