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China's Uighur detention camp policy has separated millions of families. The News Lens Date: 2019/07/19 By: William Yang Dozens of Uyghurs in Australia have come out to share stories about their family being trapped in Xinjiang, including Sadam Abudusalamu. Since China rolled out its re-education camp policy in Xinjiang, Abudusalamu has been forcefully separated from his two-year-old […]

Taiwan News Date: 2019/07/17 By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A retired Indian Army colonel asserts that based on satellite imagery, the Chinese government is not only oppressing its living ethnic Uighur citizens in internment camps, but it will not even allow the dead to rest in peace as it bulldozes […]

‘Four Corners’ uncovers disturbing evidence of Chinese oppression of Muslim minorities in Xinjiang Taiwan News Date: 2019/07/17 By: Zin Kao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – ABC News reported that China has been “creating the world’s largest prison” in Xinjiang through so-called “re-educational camps" on its program “Four Corners” on Monday (July 15). The […]

Barrons Date: July 12, 2019 Barron’s recently caught up by phone with the members of our January Roundtable. Here are the latest investment views and stock picks of Rupal Bhansali, chief investment officer, international and global equities, and a portfolio of manager at Ariel Investments in New York. She is also the author of Non-Consensus Investing: […]

The Intercept Date: July 11 2019 By: Ryan Gallagher Illustration: Soohee Cho/The Intercept AN AMERICAN ORGANIZATION founded by tech giants Google and IBM is working with a company that is helping China’s authoritarian government conduct mass surveillance against its citizens, The Intercept can reveal. The OpenPower Foundation — a nonprofit led by Google and IBM executives with […]

Beijing uses student and professional associations to try to influence not just Chinese citizens abroad, but outsiders, too. The Atlantic Date:  Jul 12, 2019 By: Didi Kirsten Tatlow In centuries past, Prussian, Napoleonic, Nazi, and Allied soldiers all tramped the Strasse des 17. Juni, an east–west boulevard traversing Berlin’s leafy Tiergarten park, over which soars a winged, […]

CNBC Date: Jul 12, 2019 By: Weizhen Tan@WEIZENT KEY POINTS Between 2000 and 2017, other countries’ debt owed to China soared ten-fold, from less than $500 billion to more than $5 trillion, according to the study from Germany-based think tank the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. For 50 developing countries which have borrowed from China, […]

The New York Times Date: July 12, 2019 By: Nick Cumming-Bruce GENEVA — China fumed this week after 22 mostly Western countries rebuked its mass detention of Muslims in the restive Xinjiang region. On Friday the Chinese delivered their answer: praise from even more countries saying China has made Xinjiang safe and happy. Ambassadors of 37 […]

The New York Times Date: July 12, 2019 By: Raymond Zhong BEIJING — China said on Friday that it would impose sanctions on American companies involved in the recently proposed sale of more than $2 billion in arms to Taiwan. The move could further strain ties between the two large powers, whose governments have been targeting each […]

Fox News Date: Jul 13, 2019 By: Ben Evansky, Adam Shaw | Fox News UNITED NATIONS – The recent election of a Chinese official to a top U.N. organization is the latest sign of a steadily growing influence of China at the world body — something the U.S. is viewing as a “concerted push” by […]