Despite officially ending “re-education through labor” five years ago, Xinjiang is bringing back labor camps. And the Party is reaping the profits.
Xinjiang authorities are forcing Muslim men to get rid of traditional attributes or face “transformation through education” camps.
Xinjiang regulations imposed in the name of social stability harm businesses, and can be used to persecute merchants arbitrarily.
Authorities in China scan cell phones at will, and even the most benign comment – from years ago – can have lifelong consequences.
Despite the best efforts of the Chinese authorities, more leaks emerge of the logistics and the inhumane treatment, and the fear endured, by Uyghur detainees.
Uyghurs working outside Xinjiang forced to return home, Huis in Xinjiang – to their places of origin, facing questions of how to support families.
Xinjiang residents set out to see the world, or to get good jobs across China. But they were ordered to return home to be detained and “transformed.”
As part of “stability maintenance” policies, authorities demand local businesses to implement costly “counterterrorist” measures.
A secret plan to hide the detained Uyghurs in innocuous facilities backfires, exposing Xinjiang’ insatiable demand for more prison-like detention space.