Western countries imposed sanctions on China in response to allegations of human rights’ abuses in its Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Those allegations, reported by Western media outlets, claim the minority Uygur Muslim population is being subjected to forced labor and other abuses.
CGTN’s Huang Yue went to Xinjiang and filed this report.
- Zoon Ahmed Khan is a Visiting Fellow at Tsinghua University.
- Pepe Escobar is the editor-at-large for the Asia Times.
- Dan Cohen is a correspondent for Behind The Headlines.
- Han Peng is a CGTN Correspondent.
From Iraq's WMD's to China's "genocide" in Xinjiang:@MaxBlumenthal's May 19 Discovery panel presentation shredding the dubious @adrianzenz & @CHRDnet studies that Washington relies on to accuse Beijing of Uighur genocide and escalate the Cold War: https://t.co/562zoN1FBX
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Seeing is believing.
Vladimir Norov, the Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) shared his thoughts and experiences of his recent trip to China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in an interview with CGTN anchor Liu Xin. pic.twitter.com/Os3dR47q1A
— Hua Chunying 华春莹 (@SpokespersonCHN) April 2, 2021