Articles On: Families, Activist, U.N. Rights Council, Espionage, and Hair Products

Sunday, October 18, 2020

THIS SECTION DOCUMENTS THE MYRIAD ABUSES THAT THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY COMMITS AGAINST ITS OWN PEOPLE IN VIOLATION OF ITS COMMITMENTS UNDER THE UN UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS.

 

“If I speak out, they will torture my family”: voices of Uyghurs in exile
via The Economist 1843 Magazine, October 15, 2020


How Xinjiang’s gulag tears families apart
via The Economist, October 17, 2020


China Confirms Jailing of Five Missing Relatives of Netherlands-Based Uyghur Activist
via Radio Free Asia, October 12, 2020


Activist Supporter Geng Xiaonan's Detention Showcases Authorities' Siege Tactics
by Samuel Wade
via China Digital Times, October 9, 2020


China, Russia elected to U.N. rights council; Saudi Arabia fails
Michelle Nichols
via Reuters, October 13, 2020


Australian writer indicted for espionage in Beijing, says China
via Reuters, October 12, 2020


‘Black gold’ How global demand for hair products is linked to forced labor in Xinjiang
by Rebecca Wright, Ivan Watson, and Isaac Yee
via CNN, October 2020