Netflix defends decision to adapt Liu Cixin’s novel, says doesn't agree to author's Uighurs comments
Netflix responded to Republican US senators' letter urging the streaming platform to reconsider adapting Liu Cixin’s book into a TV series, following the author's support of the Chinese government's treatment of Uighur Muslims.
The Chinese Communist Party has rejected international criticism of the internment camps in Xinjiang and has described them as job-training centres that are necessary to fight Islamic extremism
The World Uighur Congress, an international organisation representing Uighur exiles, has provided initial evidence and funding to the London tribunal
The politics of mask making and wearing: From Uighur Muslims' forced labour, to the 'freedom' of anti-maskers
A piece of cloth that is stitched under forced labour, that has witnessed the extremes of human freedom being trampled upon, travels to a country where an anti-mask movement rages on
Arsenal did not criticise Ozil for making the comments, but instead posted on their page on the Chinese social media site Weibo that the club "always adheres to the principles" of not getting involved in politics.
The sanctions freeze any assets the targets may have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from doing business with them
As US shuts down Chinese consulate in Houston, a look at how Washington-Beijing Cold War is intensifying
Donald Trump won office in 2016 partly on his accusations that China was exploiting the country’s trade relationship with the United States by selling the country far more than it purchased
Donald Trump ends Hong Kong's preferential status citing Beijing's 'oppressive' actions against city
Acting on a Tuesday deadline, Trump also signed a bill approved by the US Congress to penalize banks doing business with Chinese officials who implement the new security law.
Fraught with hypocrisy, OIC should introspect upon human rights records of member States before lecturing India on minority rights
It is difficult to take the OIC seriously since its past record of hypocrisy inspires no confidence.
Premier League: Yaya Toure says Mesut Ozil was 'wrong' to criticise China over crackdown on Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang
Toure said that discussing the mass detention on Uighurs and others is 'complicated' because he and Ozil are both Muslim, but took a different approach to the Arsenal midfielder over whether athletes should use their platforms to discuss political issues.
Premier League: CCTV removes Arsenal-Manchester City game from schedule over Mesut Ozil's posts about Uighurs
China’s state broadcaster CCTV on Sunday removed Arsenal’s Premier League game against Manchester City from its broadcast schedule following Mesut Ozil’s messages that criticised the country’s policy towards its Muslim Uighur minority.
On 27 November, due to a human moderation error, Aziz's video talking about Uighur community was taken down.
Ahead of 10 October trade negotiations, US blacklists 28 Chinese companies over allegations of human rights abuses in Xinjiang
The US has blacklisted 28 Chinese companies from purchasing any American products for being implicated in human rights violations and other abuses in China's Xinjiang region.
Of the many retail offerings at the TaoBao Maker Festival held at Hangzhou, shoes made of Legos, vegan pork and liquor-flavoured ice-cream are among the most exciting
Apple hits back at Google, accusing it of creating a 'false impression' of 'mass exploitation' around iPhone exploits
Apple also claims that the attack had been identified several days before Google had reported it.
This malware copies all the data including contact details, messages, images and other data from the tourist's phone and uploads it on the border police servers.
Beijing's white paper aimed at preventing revival of Tibet issue, keeping human rights violations by China under wraps
Beijing's latest self-congratulatory document, Democratic Reform in Tibet — 60 Years On, is an attempt to arrest not just the revival of global interest on Tibet issue but also dismiss Dalai Lama's latest assertions that the next Buddha reincarnation may be found in India
Hui Muslims protest in China's Ningxia against government plan to demolish mosque, amid curbs on Islam
China officially guarantees freedom of religion, but in recent years officials nervous about the possibility of radicalisation and violence have tightened controls in heavily Muslim areas.
Chinese state media had previously only stated that two people had been killed in the incident. The ruling Communist Party tightly restricts access to the restive region, and information is difficult to independently verify.
Here is a chronology of key events related to China's restive and largely Muslim Xinjiang region since 2009.