by Ruth Ingram
Gallery – Kashgar pictures
- Abduxaliq Uyghur, 1901–1933: Uyghurs Remember Their Beheaded Poet
An author who tried to create a national Uyghur conscience through poetry and education was executed by a Chinese warlord ninety years ago,
- After 26 Years, Uyghurs Remember the Ghulja Massacre
On February 5, 1997, a peaceful protest was transformed into a bloodbath by the Chinese police and soldiers.
- Poetry Against Mass Atrocities: Poets Compare Notes on Jewish, Uyghur, and Other Genocides
Holocaust Memorial Week stirred flames of remembrance in the pens of exiled poets, displaced through their religion or politics.
- Chinese Attack a “Lonely Uyghur” Demonstration in Amsterdam, Police Investigates
Once the lonely protester became well-known and no longer so lonely, provocateurs manifested themselves. Here is the story in his own words.