Wife of imprisoned Kazakh anti-CCP activist asks the international community to save her husband, claiming he may be secretly deported to China and “disappear” there.
The Hong Kong Catholic Church’s past, present, and future—and decisions to be taken by the Vatican—weigh heavily on the fate of the protest.
A moving, timely book. The harrowing memoir of a young Tatar Muslim medical student describes the horrific life under the Cultural Revolution in Xinjiang. She says what is happening today is even worse.
After the Washington Ministerial, the CCP rallied “Uyghur and Kazakh scholars” to sign a letter criticizing the U.S. This looks like just another hoax.
China has installed facial recognition software in 6.7 million locations throughout Xinjiang, including mosques and private homes, supporting a brutal repression. The international answer has not been strong enough.
Bitter Winter visited the Istanbul suburb of Zeytinburnu and heard the sad stories of lives and families destroyed by CCP persecution.
A research by Dr. Christopher Balding on the telecommunication giant created by former military Mr. Ren Zhengfei documents the connections that Italian former Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi considers alarming.
His new research details (quoting “Bitter Winter” extensively) the attempt to suppress the transmission of the religious and cultural identity of a people through the disruption of families.
Risalat, protected by her British passport, returned to Urumqi the very day innocent Uyghurs were mown down by soldiers in 2009.