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The latest grim news from Xinjiang

Darren Byler writes on SupChina that “Uyghur ‘patriotism’ in China’s Xinjiang region…

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The ‘patriotism’ of not speaking Uyghur

Urumqi No. 1 Primary school, 2018: Uyghur script “disappeared.” Photo by Joanne Smith Finley Uyghur “patriotism”…

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Indonesia and the Xinjiang internment camps

In “Elite maneuvering, the Uyghur crisis, and Indonesian politics,” Tom Pepinsky annotates a…

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Forced labor in Xinjiang camps

Emily Feng of the Financial Times reports that…

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Spying on the Uyghurs

“Spying on the Uyghurs: A first-person account from a Han Chinese student” is the title of a…

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‘As if you’ve spent your whole life in prison’: Starving and subdued in Xinjiang detention centers

When Chinese state authorities prepared to release Gulbahar Jelil, an ethnic Uyghur woman born and raised in Kazakhstan,…

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Ningxia to learn from Xinjiang ‘experiences in promoting social stability’

Since China’s mass detention of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang was first documented in detail

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Xinjiang and talk of ‘concentration camps’

The Central Asia Program at George Washington University is organizing an event called Symposium…

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15 Western ambassadors raise concerns about Xinjiang in letter

A significant development in the international response to the situation in Xinjiang: …

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People’s Daily on forced homestays in Xinjiang

State media is reporting on China’s nightmarish program of forced…

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Mass relocations in Xinjiang

Xinhua News Agency reports: About 160,000 farmers and herders in…

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Xinjiang: A homestay program for forced cultural assimilation

Yesterday, there were two well-documented new reports about the internment camps and other abuses being perpetrated in Xinjiang: Ben…

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Cuffs, cattle prods, and Chinese textbooks in Xinjiang

Ben Dooley of Agence France-Presse has a new report on the internment camps in Xinjiang, which begins like…

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The ‘students’ of Xinjiang — Beijing on the defensive

“Dispelling any doubts that the Chinese government is trying to create a new narrative about its

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Chinese soccer, with its government meddling, still doesn’t get it

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks…

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