The young woman escaped China to avoid being detained in a camp. She now risks to be deported back there.
While protests on school reforms continue, the authorities launch a “Prevention of Xie Jiao Propaganda Month,” and claim that banned religious groups are threatening the region’s stability
Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi goes to Mongolia and orders a merciless repression of the protests. It has already started.
While plans to eliminate Mongolian language from most of the educations start being implemented, thousands take to the street, and the world starts noticing.
A study by Rian Thum shows how the most beloved Uyghur shrines are being either “museumified” or destroyed.
Chinese media have been ordered to spread fake news about Belarus, and a campaign has been launched stressing that the CCP and Xi Jinping should be obeyed unconditionally.
The CCP launches a three-year plan to progressively replace Mongolian with Chinese as the primary language of instruction in all schools in Inner Mongolia.
The former top ideologue at Central Party School says Xi Jinping should go. Kicked out of the CCP and deprived of her retirement benefits, she can soon be arrested.
On August 13, more than 300 protesters took to the street in Wulanhua, while the CCP continues to destroy grazing land to eradicate Mongolian traditional culture.