At home, where intellectuals are hunted down and arrested, or in the diaspora, literature keeps alive the flame of freedom and exposes the evil of the persecution.
Uyghur and Tibetan exiles, Hong Kong students and their supporters gathered in their hundreds in front of the Chinese Embassy in London to denounce the CCP.
After CNN revealed the CCP’s destruction of Uyghur cemeteries, Chinese propaganda claimed these were just fake news. Uyghur poet Aziz Isa Elkun tells us the true story.
The CCP campaigns claiming that the Uyghurs who disappeared are now safely home is a lie, as proved by the case of two prominent Uyghur businessmen and their relatives.
After football star Mesut Özil dared to protest, Beijing has launched a new offensive to persuade the world that Uyghurs are not persecuted. These are just more fake news.
A British researcher meets with refugees who escaped China and now live in England (second in a series of two articles).
A British researcher encounters a book about a persecuted Christian religious movement in China (1 in a series of two articles)
Uyghur refugee Tahir Imim reveals to Bitter Winter a major Muslim scandal—and evidence of the pervasive CCP influence on Arab countries
Turkey needs China’s support and tourists. The government is covering Istanbul with signs in Mandarin, something Uyghur refugees regard as offensive.