A stream of Chinese government invective heralded the start of the second set of hearings of the Uyghur Tribunal in London last week.
The Chinese president visited the complex built by the Qianlong Emperor to commemorate his 18th-century extermination of 650,000 Dzungar Buddhists.
The horrific extermination of Buddhist monks in Mongolia should be remembered and studied to understand other Communist attempts at eradicating religion.
To understand what Communism does to independent Buddhist societies, we should remember what it did to Mongolian Buddhism in the 1930s.
Uyghur girl Dilnaz Kerim had just one request, “Find My Family.” And now, nobody can stop her.
Meet Nathan Duddles, spreading awareness of the Uyghur genocide in Xinjiang (China) to fellow hikers while trekking in Colorado.
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.