For a minute I thought we were going to have a punch-up at the holiest Muslim shrine in the legendary Silk Road trading town of Kashgar.
About 4,000 anti-China protesters rallied in Tokyo on Saturday, with their anger fuelled by a video capturing a collision between Chinese and Japanese vessels which sparked a diplomatic spat.
Billboards for a planned business and entertainment complex in Tongren show sketches of ethnic Tibetans in traditional clothes happily walking among fancy new buildings.
This weekend, staff at CPJ received a personal invitation to attend the Oslo awards ceremony for Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
The community of Uighurs in Rawalpindi’s China Market is small and close-knit.
Local officials in China's arid northwest have launched a new push for a vast water-diversion project that would pump raw sea water thousands of miles from the coast to the deserts of Xinjiang through a pipeline made of plastic and fiberglass.
A SERIES of recent aggressive actions by China were designed to test other nations, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has declared.
GILLARD Labor has sensibly decided to support a bigger American presence.
The restive Urumqi area of western China is being cemented to Beijing by a billion-dollar investment into rail, road and air links.
THE Foreign Minister delivers a subtle but still worthwhile message.
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New report highlights assimilative language policy through firsthand accounts
New report from the Uyghur Human Rights Project analyses political violence from 2013-14
UHRP organizes a PETITION on behalf of Uyghurs in jail for political reasons
A new report from the Uyghur Human Rights Project details the Chinese government’s severe restrictions placed on Uyghur Internet users.
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May 8, 2014, 11:30am EST
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The Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) issues a Chinese-language version of its report Rumors, Suspicion and Hysteria: Urumchi’s Han Residents Target Uyghurs in September 2009 Pinprick Attack Scare.