UK parliamentarians voted unanimously. What will the government do?
For its 100th anniversary, CCP claims a world leadership in fighting “cults.” But the document reveals that “cults” are a pretext to fight religion in general.
Protests continue after the company’s decision to open a Hampton where the Uyghur Duling Mosque once stood.
Did Xi Jinping really put a halt to the aggressive behavior of Chinese diplomats? Not really.
While the Czech Republic and Belgium label the horrors of Xinjiang as “genocide,” a strange Italian document vows to go on with the Belt and Road cooperation
China plans to host in Chongli, notorious for its persecution of Catholicism, most of the skiing events. Another reason to stop the Olympics.
A report by the International Federation of Journalists reveals how China manipulates the media about COVID-19 (and Xinjiang). Italy is the worst case.
No time to sit idly, MPs and Uyghur activists tell the UK government: the historical vote should now have practical consequences.
But beware: many non-Chinese companies also use suspicious Xinjiang-produced polysilicon in their solar modules.