Soon in English, the German best seller gives voice to a woman whose testimony about the transformation through education camps in Xinjiang cannot be impeached.
Three who lost their loved ones tell their stories to Bitter Winter. Now, even being a member of CCP is not enough to escape detention if you are a Uyghur or Kazakh attached to your culture.
For the first time, authorities admit that ethnic Kazakhs are persecuted in Xinjiang. The two asylum seekers tell their story to Bitter Winter.
Gulaisha Oralbay speaks out. Her brother and two sisters have received heavy sentences to be purged in a notorious jail for crimes the Chinese authorities have refused to disclose to her.
The young woman escaped China to avoid being detained in a camp. She now risks to be deported back there.
There is no peace for the human rights activist who denounces the horrors of the transformation through education camps in Xinjiang.
Kazakh authorities protested against a Chinese article with territorial claims. Actually, the accusation that the virus has been created in a Kazakh laboratory was worse.
Chinese Web sites claim that Kazakhstan is really part of China and that the virus was created in a Kazakh laboratory. The Chinese ambassador is involved.
On March 3, 2020, Bitter Winter published an interview introducing a new book on the transformation through education camps, Gloom: Sunset on East Turkestan. Here is the book, translated for us by the author.