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Han migrants incentivized to move to Xinjiang as Uyghurs sent away

There is well-documented evidence that the Chinese government is transferring detained Uyghurs from internment camps in Xinjiang to factories in other parts…

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Nike reacts to reports of Uyghur forced labor

SupChina illustration by Derek Zheng Nike is “reviewing its suppliers’ hiring practices in China,” the Washington Post reports, after reports…

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Nike and U.S. senators react to reports of Uyghur forced labor

Nike is “reviewing its suppliers’ hiring practices in China,” the Washington Post reports, after reports that one of its factories…

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More than 80,000 Uyghurs in coerced labor across China — report

Photo credit: Australian Strategic Policy Institute. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has published a new report titled “Uyghurs for sale.” This…

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New leaks — Uyghurs targeted for behaviors with no connection to ‘separatism’

Photo credit: Adrian Zenz on Twitter. A new leak of documents from the Chinese government provides further details of the…

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Scientists object to DNA collection from Uyghurs

As part of the Orwellian project of surveillance and control of Muslim ethnic minorities like Uyghurs in Xinjiang, Chinese authorities…

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Jailed Uyghur scholar wins top EU human rights prize

Like the U.S., European countries are getting louder on human rights in China after several years of relative silence. This…

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U.S. government sanctions China for abuse of Muslim minorities

The U.S. has become the first country to sanction any Chinese company or official for abuses in Xinjiang. The moves…

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China’s crackdown on Islam goes nationwide

Photo credit: SupChina illustration For China’s Muslims, these are the darkest days in decades. Just a few months ago, that statement…

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U.S. Senate passes Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act

Photo credit: Ozan Kose / AFP / Getty / SupChina illustration. The demonstrator’s mask bears the light blue color of…

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China’s ‘social re-engineering’ of Uyghurs, explained by Darren Byler

Mass internment in concentration camps, forced labor, parent-child separation: These are just a few of the realities of life for…

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The future of the fight to preserve Uyghur culture

Top photo: A village meshrep, or Uyghur community gathering incorporating music, dance, and other arts in 2009 featuring female singer…

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1.5 million Muslims are in China’s camps — scholar

Adrian Zenz is a researcher at the European School of Culture and Theology in Korntal, Germany. Last year, he played…

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Pakistan raises treatment of Uyghurs with China

The Nation, a respected Pakistani newspaper, has this noteworthy report: Pakistan has demanded China to soften restrictions on Chinese Muslims…

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