Scholar Adrian Zenz exposes how what is advertised as an anti-poverty program in Xinjiang is in fact just another tool to deprive Uyghurs of their identity and coerce them into slave labor.
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.
Robin Barnwell’s documentary “China Undercover” is astonishing. It will air on PBS on April 7.
The mass confinement of Xinjiang’s Uyghurs in internment camps resulted in a myriad of children and parents of the detained left with no means of subsistence.
Photos and testimonies from residents in Xinjiang’s Kashi prefecture expose details of facilities used by the CCP to detain millions of innocent people.
The CCP indoctrinates believers to give up their faith through beatings, sleep and food deprivation, and other cruel physical and psychological means.
Workers who were hired to build transformation through education camps in Xinjiang reveal details about the jails that the CCP likes to call “vocational schools.”
An ex-detainee and relatives of those who have died in transformation through education camps share their horrifying experiences with Bitter Winter.
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.