(勞動改造or勞改). “Reform through labor” camps, to which those found guilty of various crimes are sentenced by Chinese courts of law. They are part of the Chinese jail system. Work conditions are very difficult and NGOs have claimed that thousands died in the camps, although statistics are a a matter of controversy.
Xi Jinping in Tibet: A Sideshow About Water
Tibetans were compelled to stay home while extras in fancy costumes hailed the President’s attempt to sell the controversial “largest dam in the world” project.
Canada’s Indian Residential Schools: Apologies Yes, Burning Churches No
Yes, Christian churches should apologize for what happened in Indian Residential Schools. No, destroying places of worship is not an acceptable reaction.
Uyghur Genocide Denier Condemned for Appeasement with China
“As far as we know, no one has been killed,” claims a prominent UK politician whose naysaying views on Uyghur persecution have shocked Uyghur exiles.
India Gave Back to Georgia Relics of Saint Queen Ketevan
Indian researchers also confirmed that the queen was indeed strangulated to death under Shah Abbas, something Iran tries to deny.