An interview with Kazakh author Turarbek Kusainov, whose book on the experience of ethnic Kazakhs in the transformation through education camps is greatly embarrassing China.
Bitter Winter campaigned for preventing the deportation back to China of this heroic ethnic Kazakh woman, who escaped the Xinjiang camps and fled to Kazakhstan. Now, she is honored as she deserves.
Accounts of sexual abuse of detained Uyghur and ethnic Kazakh women are highly believable. Buddhist nuns are also raped in Tibet’s transformation through education camps, where rape is used as a tool for re-education.
Although they should spend time in jail, Tilek Tabarak and the Musakhan-Alimuly duo will remain in Kazakhstan, thanks to international support.
The story of two families, which were persecuted and destroyed for the sole crime of maintaining their Kazakh identity.
Torn between CCP’s pressures and the civil society’s support for the refugees, courts adjourn the hearings of Tilek Tabarak and the Musakhan-Alimuly duo.
The case of Kaisha Akan is a victory for freedom and for those who support the cause of asylum seekers escaping detention in Xinjiang’s camps.
Two ethnic Kazakhs escaped detention and torture in China and entered Kazakhstan, but they risk being sent back there, says their lawyer Lyazzat Akhatova
The activist who denounced Xinjiang transformation through education camps is free but had to agree to stop his public campaigns against the CCP.