The British government will fine companies whose production is linked to the Uighur genocide in China
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced in a speech to the House of Commons on Tuesday, Jan. 12 that British companies whose production chain is associated with the Chinese Communist Party's abuses of the Uighur minority in Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region will be heavily fined, the Daily Mail reported. "Evidence of the scale ...
NBA complicit in slave labor under Chinese Communist Party continues
Despite the strong evidence of slave labor under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Xinjiang and other parts of China, the NBA prefers to remain silent and not speak out on the issue, despite its close ties to the CCP, both because of the promising Chinese audience and because of ...
The House passes law to veto imports linked to forced labor in China
The House on Tuesday, Sept. 22, voted almost unanimously to pass a law that would restrict imports of products made with forced labor from China amid concerns about reports of abuse of Muslim Uighurs in the Xinjiang region. According to Reuters, the Democrat-controlled House passed the measure by a vote of ...
Customs and Border Protection cracks down on Chinese forced labor camp products
A federal border control authority is banning products that appear to be made from forced labor. A variety of fabric, clothing, hair products, and computer parts will be prohibited because there are reasonable grounds to suspect they originated from state-sponsored forced labor camps in mainland China. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) ...
Outrage grows in Xinjiang over arbitrary confinement imposed by the Chinese Communist Party
As the Chinese Communist Party's media representatives echo a gradual opening of society in different cities, the Xinjiang region in northern China is living under an intense blockade and isolation, which according to Party officials, is necessary to contain the 800 diagnosed cases of the CCP Virus. The 22 million inhabitants ...
Report reveals that Chinese regime subjects Uighurs to ‘forced labor’ in foreign brand factories
A report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), released on Sunday, March 1, revealed that dozens of Uighur Muslims are doing forced labor in Chinese factories that supply 83 major brand name products around the world. The ASPI document, which cites government reports and Chinese media, reported the existence of ...
‘Show absolutely no mercy’: 400 page leaked documents reveal mass detentions in China
China’s mass detention of Uighurs and other minorities in Xinjiang came from directives by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader to “show absolutely no mercy” in the “struggle against terrorism, infiltration, and separatism.” More than 400 pages of documents leaked by China's internal government and obtained by The New York Times ...
China fires back at House passage of Uighur human rights bill in anger
Beijing fired back fiercely at the House passage of Uighur human rights bill and threatened to retaliate, reported South China Morning Post. The House on Tuesday, Dec. 3, passed the legislation in an overwhelming 407-1 vote, calling for the Trump administration to sanction Chinese officials over human rights violations and ban ...
Trump administration blacklists 28 Chinese entities over human rights abuses ahead trade talks
President Donald Trump’s administration has added 28 Chinese organizations to a blacklist over their role in human rights abuses, blocking them from doing business with American companies. The blacklist, so-called Entity List, identifies organizations reasonably believed to be involved, or to pose a significant risk of being or becoming involved, in ...
BBC report shows disturbing nature of China’s ‘thought transformation’ camps
Adorned with bright smiles and clothed in colorful garb, Uighur Muslims held in political reeducation camps flash across the screen as they sing and dance triumphantly to the words that President Xi Jinping wrote just for them. These sights, captured by the BBC, are what the Chinese government wants journalists and the ...
HRH: ‘Mass surveillance app’ used to target Muslims in China’s Xinjiang
Group says the tool monitors people’s movements by tracing their phones, vehicles, and ID cards, and notes “suspicious” behavior like whether an individual fails to socialize with their neighbors or uses an “unusual” amount of electricity
Rights activists denounce China’s Xinjiang white paper
Report aims to justify what Beijing calls anti-terrorism and de-radicalization efforts in heavily Muslim western region
US warns China’s detention of Uighurs to counter terrorism will backfire
China’s attempt to eradicate distinct ethnic and religious identities in Xinjing is nothing less than a systematic campaign of cultural genocide
Uighur detentions in China among issues in new US rights report
Trump administration considering sanctions, but lawmakers say they have seen no meaningful actions to pressure China
China: Muslim ‘training centers’ may ‘gradually disappear’ some day
UN accuses China of detaining some 1 million Muslim minorities in internment camps in the Xinjiang region
Chinese photographer missing since trip to Xinjiang
Wife says she was told he was seized 3 weeks ago by Chinese security agents
Hundreds of scholars condemn China for Xinjiang camps
Representatives from group of 278 scholars in various disciplines from dozens of countries called on China at a news briefing in Washington to end its detention policies
US legislation to urge possible China sanctions over Xinjiang crackdown
Beijing has dismissed accusations of abuses in Xinjiang, urging the United States and other countries to stay out of its internal affairs
US Presses China on Religious Rights, South China Sea, Taiwan
Ahead of trip to Asia by Vice President Pence, US defense chief, secretary of state meet with Chinese counterparts in Washington
China Defends Xinjiang ‘Internment Camps’ Ahead of UN Review
China says the 'vocational education centers' were launched following thousands of 'terrorist attacks' and a surge in extremism in Xinjiang, critics cry 'white wash'
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