Uyghur believers vow to “let their light shine” at the launch of the World Uyghur Christian Union in London this month.
Uyghur Christians fan the flame of the death of the first of their number ninety years on.
Uyghurs are hounded as they flee their homeland while nation states and international bodies look on.
Not content simply with dismantling Uyghur culture, the CCP is intent on stepping up the humiliation of the Turkic peoples of the Xinjiang region.
The British government is gearing itself up to free the country from the “shackles” of European law and pave the way for business UK-style; but human rights and “foreign threats” are getting in the way.
She told Bitter Winter and the world she was in grave danger of being arrested. She was right.
Holocaust Memorial Week stirred flames of remembrance in the pens of exiled poets, displaced through their religion or politics.
The ethnic Kazakh dissident tells Bitter Winter she continues to be embroiled in a dangerous game of cat and mouse with the authorities as she waits under virtual house arrest in Urumqi.
Zhanargul Zhumatai: A Dramatic Interview with an Ethnic Kazakh Camp Survivor Who May Soon “Disappear”
Bitter Winter interviewed the 43-year-old artist in Urumqi, where the police is threatening to take her to a psychiatric hospital.