Source: Global times
Elementary school students in Kuqa county, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region are encouraged to learn Chinese calligraphy and read classical Chinese literature as part of a program to boost traditional Chinese culture and core socialist values.
No.7 Elementary School in Kuqa county invited calligrapher Wang Zufeng to teach his skills to students and then displayed their works, the school said on its WeChat account on Tuesday.
Authorities in China's far-west are collecting DNA samples, fingerprints, eye scans and blood types of millions of people aged 12 to 65, according to a new Human Rights Watch (HRW) report.
Xinjiang, the only Chinese territory apart from Tibet where ethnic Han Chinese are not in the majority, has long been subject to tight controls and surveillance not experienced elsewhere in China.
Source: Amnesty International
Chinese authorities have detained up to 30 relatives of Uighur human rights activist Rebiya Kadeer, who currently lives in the United States. Among the detained are Kadeer’s sisters, brothers, sons, grandchildren and extended relatives. It is unclear when they were taken away, and they are presumed to be arbitrarily detained at an “education centre”. They are at high risk of torture and other ill-treatment.
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Source: Catch News
About 99.7 percent of the Uighur Muslim population in China's Xinjiang Province have reportedly been cajoled and coerced into donating blood to a government-run organ bank.
According to a report in the Epoch Times website, oncologist Anwar Todi Bogda recently held a lecture in Taiwan where he exposed live evidence of human organs for profit.
Bogda referred to the Communist Party of China's (CPC's) "universal health examination," the name of the Xinjiang Uighur massive blood project, aimed at establishing organ matching database.