Hi all! Do you still remember my 46-min documentary “In the Prisons that Don’t Exist” covering the detention of more than one million Uyghurs and other Muslims in the “re-education camps” in Xinjiang, China?Read More
In our final report, our producer reports from Almaty, Kazakhstan on how intellectuals and professionals are being sent to the re-education centres, despite hardly being in need of “vocational training”.Read More
As we reported last week, detainees in China’s re-education camps are not only Uyghurs but also ethnic Kazakhs.
Kazakhstan shares a 660-mile border with China. Many of those lucky enough to be released from the re-education camps say they were physically and emotionally traumatised by the experiences.Read More
China has faced growing criticism over its detention of more than one million Uyghurs and other Muslims in re-education camps in Xinjiang. The region is now one of China’s most heavily policed areas.
But there’re signs that other regions in mainland China plan to follow the example of Xinjiang’s re-education camps and tighten their grip on the Islamic faithful.Read More
Her arms wide open, Liu Xia embraces the first taste of freedom after years of round-the-clock surveillance. These photos were taken on Tuesday, during a stopover at Helsinki Airport, just hours after she had left Beijing.Read More