xinjiang

Chinese government team banned from attending Queen's Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall

In March last year, China had sanctioned individuals and organisations in the UK after Britain imposed sanctions on Chinese officials for alleged human rights abuses in its Xinjiang province.

published on : 16th September 2022

Under COVID-19 lockdown, China’s far west Xinjiang region residents complain of hunger

Hundreds of posts from Ghulja riveted users of Chinese social media last week, with residents sharing videos of empty fridges, feverish children, and people screaming from their windows.

published on : 14th September 2022

Residents under Covid lockdowns in China complain of food shortages

One post showed a video of an Uyghur man overcome with emotion, saying his three children had not eaten for three days.

published on : 12th September 2022

'Patterns of torture' allegations in China's Xinjiang 'credible': UN

Michelle Bachelet, the UN human rights chief, decided that a full assessment was needed of the situation inside the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR).

published on : 1st September 2022

Chinese President Xi, in Xinjiang, signals no change to Uyghur policy oppressing Muslims 

The TNCA’s First Division tournament still remains a hugely popular tournament in the country with several outstation players regularly featuring in the event.

published on : 16th July 2022

Chinese President Xi makes first Xinjiang visit since illegal crackdown on millions of Ughyur Muslims 

State media footage showed Xi speaking to students and local officials, taking in a song and dance performance, and receiving rapturous applause from residents in traditional clothing.

published on : 15th July 2022

LAC standoff: India-China to hold 16th round of military talks on July 17  

Both India and China currently have around 50,000-60,000 troops along the LAC in the sensitive sector.

published on : 14th July 2022

US ban on Xinjiang imports hits China's supply chain

The Chinese manufacturing hub of Xinjiang is produced with forced labour & therefore, can't be imported into the US unless companies are able to provide "clear & compelling evidence" to the contrary.

published on : 11th July 2022

China's Xinjiang crackdown under scrutiny ahead of UN rights chief visit

Hopes of a thorough investigation into rights abuses have given way to concern among rights advocates that the ruling Communist Party will use the visit to whitewash its alleged atrocities.

published on : 22nd May 2022

China faces split into seven parts

The so-called unity within the Chinese Communist Party is in tatters as all three factions are involved in a bitter feud.

published on : 13th August 2017