The Hong Kong Post

  • China’s state police can search your smartphones and laptops under new rules from July
    China’s state police can search your smartphones and laptops under new rules from July

    Expanding the powers of the law enforcement authorities to check and gather evidence, China has announced new regulations which will impact both Chinese nationals returning home and international tourists visiting the country.    Under the new regulations, which are set to take effect from July 1, China’s state police can show their ID and search electronic…

  • How the “Me Too” movement has depressed the Uyghur global diaspora movement

    The global movement of the Uyghurs (against the Chinese for a separate state of East Turkestan) has received a rude shock after sexual harassment charges were made on May 10, 2024, by two women, respectively, against two top leaders of the Uyghur diaspora, Dolkun Isa, who is currently the Executive President of the Uyhgur umbrella…

  • Hong Kong life totters as Family Wellbeing Index reflects downward trend
    Hong Kong life totters as Family Wellbeing Index reflects downward trend

    Families in Hong Kong, a former British colony and currently a part of China, are witnessing a downward trend as far as the well-being of the families is concerned.  This is evident from a recent survey conducted by the Hong Kong Family Wellbeing Society (HKFWS). As per the latest “Hong Kong Family Wellbeing Index (HKFWI)”,…

  • World Uyghur Congress (WUC) Amplifies Calls for Unified Action Against Chinese Repression
    World Uyghur Congress (WUC) Amplifies Calls for Unified Action Against Chinese Repression

    The 20th anniversary of the World Uyghur Congress in Munich served as a powerful rallying cry against the Chinese government’s escalating atrocities targeting the Uyghur people and other ethnic minorities. Prominent figures from the Tibetan cause, including Sikyong Penpa Tsering of the Central Tibetan Administration, underscored the urgency of unified international action to counter Beijing’s…

  • World Uyghur Congress calls for global action against China’s human rights abuses
    World Uyghur Congress calls for global action against China’s human rights abuses

    The World Uyghur Congress (WUC) recently marked its 20th anniversary with a set of events highlighting the struggles of the Uyghur community in China. The set of events brought to light the repressive practices deployed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Xinjiang and called for international action against the CCP’s detrimental human rights abuses.…

  • With Chinese aid, Pakistan deploys a communication satellite.

    Pakistan’s space agency on Thursday launched its second satellite in a month from a launch site in China’s northwest Sichuan province. According to Pakistan’s Space & Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), PakSAT-MM1 is a high-power multimission satellite designed to provide a range of communication services. “Based on advanced communication technologies, PakSAT-MM1 will play a pivotal…

  • China’s security leader urges the relaxation of counterterrorism measures in Xinjiang

    In a visit to the far-western region of Xinjiang, China’s security chief Chen Wenqing called for the normalization of counterterrorism policies, which experts said could signal renewed efforts to suppress the more than 11 million Uyghurs who live there. During his May 22-26 visit, Chen — a former head of China’s Ministry of State Security…

  • China’s last significant mosque in the Arabic architecture loses its domes

    The last major mosque in China to have retained Arabic-style features has lost its domes and had its minarets radically modified, marking what experts say is the completion of a government campaign to sinicise the country’s Muslim places of worship. The Grand Mosque of Shadian, one of China’s biggest and grandest mosques, towers over the…

  • US bans imports from 26 Chinese textile companies because to allegations of forced labor in Uyghur

    WASHINGTON, May 16 (Reuters) – The United States blocked imports from 26 Chinese cotton traders or warehouse facilities on Thursday as part of its effort to eliminate goods made with the forced labor of Uyghur minorities from the U.S. supply chain. The companies are the latest additions to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Entity…

  • China is attempting to recreate Uyghur cuisine

    Instruction began early on a November 2018 morning. This lesson was not taught in a classroom, but in a makeshift kitchen as part of Xinjiang’s “household school” program. There, a teacher stood before her class of adult women and asked: “What do you like to eat for breakfast?” The students responded in unison, “nan and…

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