Testimonies by Han Chinese about the plight of “orphaned” children in Xinjiang: freezing on streets, monitored by classmates and teachers as suspected terrorists.
Believers of the single most persecuted religious group in China are detained indefinitely for “transformation,” no information is provided to their relatives.
Thousands of inner China teachers have been recruited to help with CCP’s “sinicization” efforts in Xinjiang. Many wanted to leave as soon as they arrived.
A young woman shares her family’s tragedy: her parents were sent to internment camps in Xinjiang, and three siblings are left to fend for themselves.
All-encompassing data on Muslim residents is collected and used against them to justify mass detentions in the name of counter-terrorism.
From mandatory software on mobile phones to arrests for taking photos: visiting workers are prevented from sharing what is really happening in the Uyghur region.
Under the pretext of “de-radicalization,” CCP has extended its control of the population in Xinjiang to every aspect of daily life.
The CCP’s high-pressure control on the Uyghurs also creates heavy stress for ethnic Han public officials there. One committed suicide.