A moving, timely book. The harrowing memoir of a young Tatar Muslim medical student describes the horrific life under the Cultural Revolution in Xinjiang. She says what is happening today is even worse.
The Genocide of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang
Testimonies by Han Chinese about the plight of “orphaned” children in Xinjiang: freezing on streets, monitored by classmates and teachers as suspected terrorists.
Xinjiang CCP leaders claim that the majority of the camps’ inmates have found “suitable work.” In fact, they have not been released but are compelled to work in factories built inside the camps.
Thousands of inner China teachers have been recruited to help with CCP’s “sinicization” efforts in Xinjiang. Many wanted to leave as soon as they arrived.
After the Washington Ministerial, the CCP rallied “Uyghur and Kazakh scholars” to sign a letter criticizing the U.S. This looks like just another hoax.
The trial of the brave activist defending the victims of Xinjiang re-education camps is ready to start. Bitter Winter interviewed his lawyer and his wife
China has installed facial recognition software in 6.7 million locations throughout Xinjiang, including mosques and private homes, supporting a brutal repression. The international answer has not been strong enough.
The text of Ms. Sawut’s speech at the June 20, 2019, conference in Seoul, The Long Arm of the Dragon, co-organized by Bitter Winter.
CCP is intensifying efforts to expunge teachers disloyal to the Party by scrutinizing their private lives and encouraging colleagues to inform on each other.