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Opening a window to exchange, building a bridge of communication: Uyghur Human Rights Project launches a Chinese website

By Lu Xiao Xun, Guest Contributor Controlling the political, cultural and social information contained in language is a tactic of any dictatorship. China is world-famous for its control of newspapers, TV, radio, Internet, microblogs, text messaging, blogs, e-mail, and virtually … Continue reading

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My beloved school’s name will be wiped out from East Turkestan history

I felt terrible when I heard the news that the Ghulja city No. 2 High School would be amalgamated with a Chinese school – Ghulja No. 6 High School. The amalgamation means that one of the historic milestones of Uyghur education will be wiped from East Turkestan history in this high tech, education-oriented century. As a former student of the school, it is very difficult for me to imagine that when I visit East Turkestan one day, I won’t be able to see any trace of my beloved school in my home town – Ghulja city. Continue reading

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