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Han Chinese Prisoner Describes Atrocities in Xinjiang Concentration Camps
Xinjiang's re-education camps for Uyghur Muslims are becoming widely known across the media. A recent interview reveals that Han Chinese people — the ethnic group that makes up 90 percent of the country’s 1.4 billion...
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Tesla Under Fire for Opening Showroom in Xinjiang
Elon Musk’s Tesla has come under fire by numerous human rights advocates for opening a new showroom in the capital of Xinjiang where Chinese authorities are accused of committing human rights abuses against the Uyghur...
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CCP Agents Harassing and Deporting Uyghurs From Foreign Lands
Many Uyghurs have fled China to escape persecution from the communist regime. However, they are still being troubled in foreign lands by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) agents who seek to get them deported back to...
Supporters and members of the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement rally outside the White House to urge the United States to end trade deals with China and take action to stop the oppression of the Uyghur and other Turkic peoples August 14, 2020 in Washington, DC. A Canadian couple who lived in Xinjiang for more than a decade described the conditions as a “huge penitentiary.”
Canadian Nationals: Living in Xinjiang Like Being in a ‘Huge Penitentiary’
Two Canadians who lived in China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Zone for almost a decade have stepped forward to speak about how they witnessed the region’s transformation to a security state as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP’s)...
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime.
BBC Correspondent Flees Communist China for Taiwan
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime....