“We were forced to sing patriotic song after patriotic song every day, as loud as possible and until it hurts, until our faces become red and our veins appeared on our face.”
Michelle Bachelet’s statement contradicted what scholars know about China’s atrocities in Xinjiang, 37 experts say in a scathing letter.
The data includes images of thousands of Uighur detainees, police presentations, and images of training exercises.
There have been boycotts of Olympic Games before. But what did they achieve?
In one leaked speech, Chinese leader Xi Jinping called for terrorism to be eliminated in the bud. In another, he said violent TV shows should be cut.
The mummies belonged to a population that is genetically isolated but culturally cosmopolitan.
On Chinese TV, celebrities are wearing shoes and clothes with blurry patches.
Global fashion brands may soon have to choose between pleasing China or the West.
State-backed boycott is forcing companies to pick a side.
Barcelona’s Antoine Griezmann joins Arsenal’s Mesut Özil in condemning the persecution of Muslims in its Xinjiang region.