The Legislative Yuan passed a rightful Uyghur resolution, confirming that Taiwan is in a unique position to understand the Uyghur pain and “translate” it to the world.
The American singer started a “One minute” campaign calling the world to protest on behalf of a land where “torture never ends.”
After the Urumqi fire, it is time for the international community to stop the genocide. Perhaps a poem may help.
Official denials fly in the face of social media proof to the contrary from the Communist Party faithful.
In the present Uyghur crisis, media are often not the solution but the problem.
In Amsterdam’s Leiden Square thousands, including reporters and politicians, visited “Uyghur Voices,” where evidence of the genocide was on display.
A new genocide bill is given a second reading by UK Lords and goes through to the next round. It can hit China, and other rogue states.
What will the world do now, in the face of irrefutable evidence of human rights atrocities in Xinjiang?
During the anti-COVID-19 lockdown, Uyghurs are dying of hunger or for lack of medicines. Is this just bad planning by the CCP, or is it deliberate?