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Mazar Shrine Book Launch Details State Control Cautiously

Greg Fay, Manager, Uyghur Human Rights Project Photographer Lisa Ross spent eight years studying and photographing mazar, Uyghur religious shrines, across East Turkestan, and the resulting images can be seen in a new book, Living Shrines of Uyghur China. Ross … Continue reading

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Pork and Terrorism in Pan Guang Talk

Matt James, Intern, Uyghur Human Rights Project Dr. Pan Guang is Vice Chairman of Shanghai’s Center for International Studies. He spoke last week on the topic “Understanding China’s Role in Central Asia and Afghanistan,” at the Jamestown Foundation in Washington, … Continue reading

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“Offers They Can’t Refuse: China’s Relations with the Muslim World”

A new report, “Offers They Can’t Refuse: China’s Relations with the Muslim World”, examines the Chinese government’s relationships with the governments of predominantly Muslim countries, and how these relationships have muted the Muslim world’s response to China’s repression of the … Continue reading

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