Day: December 29, 2019

Chinese Escalation Of Literature Censorship

It is time to make readjustment to Li Yinhe’s well-known quotation of Chinese censorship. During an interview by New York Review of Books, Li states “There are two main criteria for banning books or censoring. One is black and one is yellow. Black are political issues stating you’re opposing the

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The Impact Of The U.S.’ War On Terror On China’s Muslim Population

The northern Chinese region of Xinjiang, where the country’s Muslim population is concentrated, has long been victim to repressive policies and strict securitization. More recently, the situation has worsened and attracted international attention, as the Chinese government has reportedly detained more than one million Uyghurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, Hui, and other

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New Resolution By The UN Condemns The Human Rights Abuses In Myanmar

On Friday, the United Nations general assembly passed a resolution, with 134 countries voting in favour of it, condemning the human rights abuses in Myanmar against Rohingya Muslims and other minorities. Myanmar has been urged by the UN to protect all ethnic minorities and bring human rights abusers to justice.

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