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- Forced Labour Is Set to Stay in the Uyghur Heartland
Despite official denials, the policy is not only continuing. In fact, it is accelerating, as Adrian Zenz’s research shows.
- Tai Ji Men: Taiwan’s Problems with the “Two Covenants” Discussed at the U.N. Human Rights Council
The Tai Ji Men case proves that Taiwan has not implemented yet the human rights covenants it introduced into its domestic law, a written statement says.
- Jacob Pius: Chinese “Traditionalist Catholic” Remains in Jail
A young Catholic with a sense of humor proposed to establish a traditional Catholic monarchy in a part of China. The CCP was not amused. He was arrested in January 2021 and is still in prison.
- Hawagul’s Tears: What They Tell a Uyghur
The iconic image of a crying female detainee in a Xinjiang camp has moved the world. For the Uyghurs, her tears have a deeper meaning.