Having declared that over 90 % of detained Uyghurs in Xinjiang had been released, the CCP continues subjecting them to forced labor in the region’s factories.
An ethnic Han man shares his impressions of Xinjiang after visiting it many years since his first encounter with the Uyghur region.
An ex-detainee and relatives of those who have died in transformation through education camps share their horrifying experiences with Bitter Winter.
The wife of a Hui Muslim held in one of the internment camps details how the Chinese government silences inmates to hide the truth about its persecutions.
Denying jailed believers any contact with families, the CCP not only torments them mentally but also uses it as a leverage to make them renounce their faith.
Relatives of The Church of Almighty God members who are sent to internment camps are surveilled by the state and forced to undergo “political conversion.”
Although they are not technically living in prison, the built environment and the government regulations remind the Muslims: We think you are a threat.
Xinjiang’s mass arrests of Uyghurs and others in re-education effort creates demand for more prison guards, whom authorities appear to have trouble attracting.