A peaceful march in Xinjiang became a bloodbath 12 years ago. From Munich to Tokyo, Uyghur diaspora remember that day in Urumqi.
“As far as we know, no one has been killed,” claims a prominent UK politician whose naysaying views on Uyghur persecution have shocked Uyghur exiles.
Kazakhs citizens did not forget the crimes perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party against ethnic Kazakhs in Xinjiang.
An interesting controversy about Tibet and Xinjiang between Tibetologist Robert Barnett and Tibetan (and international) human rights activists.
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
Uyghur Tribunal: a doctor testifies that newborn babies were killed by lethal injection to enforce the CCP’s family planning against the Uyghurs.
Electric rods were used on male prisoners’ private parts, hammers were used to break the legs of inmates, some were left to starve while others ate in front of them.
One witness testified that she and 100 other inmates were forced to watch prison guards rape a young girl in front of them.
Longread: an American student’s bitter reflections on his ten years in China, alongside the “ethnic cleansing” of Uyghurs and the persecution of Muslims.