Uyghurs are Turkic people found in countries of Central Asia, but majority of them live in Xinjiang Province of China.
Bring a Turkic ethic group, they consider themselves different from Han Chinese. 384 more words
Freeman, J. L. (2018). Uyghur Newspapers in Republican China: The Emergence of Mass Media in Xinjiang. Xinjiang in the Context of Central Eurasian Transformations, 18, 221-250. PDF
There’s no question that suspected Uighur radicals are being preemptively detained in re-education facilities before they ever have a chance to commit acts of terror, which is being portrayed by the Western Mainstream Media as a criminal act of “cultural genocide” against this ethno-religious minority, but the truth of the matter is that the situation isn’t as black and white as Beijing or its many detractors might make it out to be. 1,712 more words