Washington-based Chinese Muslim exiles say that testimony from a former detainee in Xinjiang will help them convince the world that China’s repressions of minorities amount to crimes against humanity. Ovalbek Turdakun, an ethnic Kyrgyz Christian from Xinjiang, arrived in the United States from Kyrgy
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14/May/2022 TOKYO/NAHA, Okinawa -- Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of Okinawa's return to Japan by the U.S. Japan's southernmost prefecture, comprised of 160 islands, formed the backdrop of some of the fiercest battles fought in Japan during World War II. A quarter of the local population, some 12
European-Central Asian Regional Forum on Minority Issues to spotlight stronger rights protection for 30th anniversary 29.April.2022 GENEVA (29 April 2022) - The European-Central Asian Regional Forum will take place on 2-3 May 2022, with a focus on building stronger protection mechanisms for minorit
Mukaddes Yadigar is a Uyghur entrepreneur who has been living in the UK since 2011. In London, she has two restaurants devoted to Uyghur cuisine. Every month, she holds events there to celebrate the food, music and dances of her people – to ensure the preservation of their culture. The Uyghur are a
Annika Kim Constantino @ANNIKAKIMC KEY POINTS The battle to redraw U.S. congressional districts is taking place for the first time in decades without certain federal redistricting protections. This is raising concerns that voters of color could get sidelined even as they have become a larger share o
China has imprisoned or detained at least 630 imams and other Muslim religious figures since 2014 in its crackdown in the Xinjiang region, according to new research by a Uyghur rights group. The research, compiled by the Uyghur Human Rights Project and shared with the BBC, also found evidence that 1
Preferential policies – seen by Han Chinese as giving ethnic minorities unfair benefits – are changing Police crackdown on those who abuse the law may also be on the way, as campaigns stressing national identity are expanded. China is set to scale back its affirmative action policies for ethnic mi
China's policy of transferring hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang to new jobs often far from home is leading to a thinning out of their populations, according to a high-level Chinese study seen by the BBC. The government denies that it is attempting to alter the
Korean brothers on life in Japan Ethnic Koreans make up Japan's biggest minority - the descendants of people who migrated, voluntarily or forced, before 1945 when the peninsular was a Japanese colony. Some have taken Japanese citizenship, others have South Korean passports, but a significant mino
Rights of persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities - Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (A/HRC/46/44) Human Rights Council Forty-sixth session 22 February–19 March 2021 Agenda items 2 and 3 Annual report of the United Nat
Since 2012, China has mounted the world's largest-ever poverty alleviation program. Between the end of 2012 and the end of 2019, over 93 million people were lifted out of poverty. That's about 1500 poor people every hour! During his inspection trip in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region
Despite calls from exiled Uighurs, International Criminal Court prosecutors say they will not investigate China for alleged genocide and crimes against humanity, according to a report issued December 14. The Uighurs had called for the investigation and provided The Hague-based court evidence in July
This article is about the china government's language policy in inner Mongolia autonomous region, From Google map Protests have been underway in recent months in Inner Mongolia over the Chinese government’s new education policy, which mandates a transition to the use of the “national common language