Those who managed to escape tell the truth about the horror of the camps. The CCP compels their relatives to denounce them, those who don’t end up in jail.
Elusive links that tie the Chinese President Xi Jinping directly with mass internment of Uyghurs in Xinjiamg have come to light.
Tiananmen Square, Uyghur Court, Hong Kong Square and Tibet Hill may become main thoroughfares around the soon to be built Chinese embassy in London.
Nowhere in the world and in history has technology ever been used to create such a perfect totalitarian system of surveillance and repression.
Survivors believe this is a deliberate strategy to humiliate both female and male Muslims in Xinjiang.
A stream of Chinese government invective heralded the start of the second set of hearings of the Uyghur Tribunal in London last week.
The Chinese Communist Party police raided last week the Hong Kong exhibition commemorating the 1989 tragedy. But the museum lives online.
The main CCP media reprinted a blog article claiming that Xi Jinping is preparing a second Cultural Revolution—this time against the rich.
Several CCP media attacked a movement that in Canada, in connection with a mysterious murder, had come under suspicion of being a CCP front.