The Xinjiang Data Police

Noema Magazine, 08 October 2020

Below is an article published by Noema Magazine. Photo Al Jazeera

Preparing For War

Baimurat saw the advertisement for the new job sometime around December 2016. He had come back to China from Kazakhstan a few years before in order to find better medical care for his second child. But despite his college degree from a Chinese university, he had not been able to find steady work. Like more than 80% of Kazakh and Uighur college graduates, he was chronically underemployed.

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Huawei: MPs claim ‘clear evidence of collusion’ with Chinese Communist Party

BBC, 08 October 2020

Below is an article published by BBC. Photo Getty Images

There is “clear evidence of collusion” between Huawei and the “Chinese Communist Party apparatus”, a parliamentary inquiry has concluded.

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China’s mealtime appeal amid food supply worries: Don’t take more than you can eat

Washington Post, 05 October 2020

Below is an article published by the Washington Post. Photo AFP/Getty Images

On the surface, China’s campaign to encourage mealtime thrift has been a cheerful affair, with soldiers, factory workers and schoolchildren shown polishing their plates clean of food.

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Students from Xinjiang Subjected to Disproportionate Control

Bitter Winter, 07 October 2020

Below is an article published by Bitter Winter. Photo Bitter Winter.

Numerous Muslim students from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region go to study in inland China’s schools and universities each year. Some chose to do it themselves, while others are selected within state-sponsored programs. The government either covers their tuition and other expenses or gives preferential treatment during the admission process. Presented as an aid to “backward minorities,” the support to Xinjiang youth, in reality, is part of the regime’s plan to sinicize them.

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#VoteNoChina: 70 Uyghur organizations call on governments to vote against China’s election to UN human rights body

Press Release– For immediate release
7 October 2020
Contact: World Uyghur Congress
+49 89 5432 1999 or  [email protected]

Photo Credit: Yette Su

The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) and the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP), along with 68 Uyghur organizations from 18 countries, we call on UN Member States to vote against China’s renewed membership on the Human Rights Council, given its ongoing and systematic human rights abuses targeting Uyghurs.

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Western Allies Rebuke China at UN Over Xinjiang, Hong Kong

Bloomberg, 06 October 2020

Below is an article published by Bloomberg.

A group of 39 countries including Germany, the U.K. and the U.S. stepped up criticism of China’s human rights record, denouncing Beijing at the United Nations for its treatment of ethnic minorities and for curtailing freedoms in Hong Kong.

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Raab says UK boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics possible over Uighur abuses

The Guardian, 06 October 2020

Below is an article published by The Guardian. Photo Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Britain may not be able to participate in the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022 if evidence mounts of the abuse of Uighur Muslims in China, the foreign secretary Dominic Raab has said.

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Affected communities present International Olympic Committee officials with evidence of China’s extreme human rights abuses, and urge the Beijing 2022 Games be moved

Press Release– For immediate release
6 October 2020

Dorjee Tseten, Students for a Free Tibet, +1 646-753-3889

Frances Hui, We The Hongkongers, +1 425-245-4818

Mandie McKeown, International Tibet Network, +44 (0)7748158618

Zumretay Arkin, World Uyghur Congress, +4917661619262

Teng Biao, Humanitarian China/China Against the Death Penalty, +1617-396-6099

Today a cross-movement coalition, representing Tibetan, Uyghur, Hongkonger, and Chinese Democracy groups, were invited to their first meeting with International Olympic Committee (IOC) representatives since 2002. [1][2] Activists joined to discuss the ongoing serious human rights violations facing those living under Chinese rule and to reiterate the call for the Committee to reverse its decision to award China the 2022 Winter Games.

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