Uighurs need more action not just a UN report on human rights in Xinjiang

Human Rights 09/07/22, 09:14

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) published the "Report on the Human Rights Situation in Xinjiang" on August 31. The report says that China's "arbitrary and discriminatory detentions" of Uighurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang may amount to crimes "against humanity."  Most Uighurs abroad expressed joy ...

UN report on CCP persecution of Uighurs confirms human rights violations

Trending 09/03/22, 13:33

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has just published a report on the Uighur situation in China, which asserts that the CCP has committed "several" violations against their fundamental rights and those of other Muslim minorities in the Xinjiang region. The 48-page report was released ...

Twitter endangers Chinese users, alleges whistleblower Peiter Zatko

Human Rights 09/01/22, 03:13

According to Twitter whistleblower Peiter Zatko, Chinese users are at risk of having their information on Twitter compromised by the social media giant. Zatko, a former head of security for Twitter, alleges that his ex-employer sees revenue from Chinese entities as more important than the ethical dilemma associated with user privacy. In ...

UN expert confirms forced labor camps in Xinjiang

Trending 08/23/22, 15:10

A chief expert for the U.N., Tomoya Obokata, a Japanese specialist in transnational organized crime, human trafficking, and modern slavery, issued a report last week accusing the Chinese Communist Party of enslaving members of the Uighur, Kazakh and other minorities in East Turkistan (Xinjiang) and use similar practices against the ...

China: The world’s largest journalist prison

Insights 08/20/22, 15:31

By the end of 2021, the number of journalists in detention has reached a record worldwide. Of the 488 media professionals currently imprisoned around the world, nearly half (223) are in China, Myanmar and Vietnam. China, by far the worst offender for the fifth straight year, topped the list with ...

The CCP seeks to reverse the one-child policy disaster

Trending 08/19/22, 14:31

For more than 40 years, the one-child policy was one of the biggest causes of suffering for women in China. Since it was strictly enforced in the early 80s, it is estimated that around 400 million babies were aborted. Efforts to manage the birth rate began when the CCP came ...