The President’s recent visit to Xinjiang, where he promised to enforce a “Marxist view of religion,” is reminiscent of Scipio sowing the city of Carthage with salt.
Uyghur culture is being eradicated in East Turkestan (Ch. Xinjiang). Young men I grew up with are incarcerated or have “disappeared.”
Mandarin replaces minority languages in Inner Mongolia, Tibet, Xinjiang, and elsewhere. Bitter Winter publishes the full text of the document.
An interesting controversy about Tibet and Xinjiang between Tibetologist Robert Barnett and Tibetan (and international) human rights activists.
Protests continue after the company’s decision to open a Hampton where the Uyghur Duling Mosque once stood.
Bitter Winter’s review of the new report by International Campaign for Tibet. Destroying religion is the CCP’s road to destroying Tibet’s culture and soul.
Amid the CCP’s campaign to eradicate Mongolian cultural and linguistic identity, schoolteachers and parents are threatened to accept CCP’s cultural genocide policies.
The CCP’s policy of eradicating cultural, religious, and linguistic identities is systematic, and derives from Xi Jinping’s reflections on the fall of the Soviet Union.