In the Sinister Disneyland of Xinjiang: China’s Ongoing Oppression of the Uighurs




DER SPIEGEL 21/2021










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Police in Kashgar: No longer are security personnel heavily armed.



Police in Kashgar: No longer are security personnel heavily armed.


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In Xinjiang, we frequently encounter Uighurs who announce unprompted their loyalty to the party.





A mosque in Yarkant: "Love the Party, Love the Fatherland.”



A mosque in Yarkant: “Love the Party, Love the Fatherland.”


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A view across a modern section of Kashgar to the snow-covered peaks of the Pamir Mountains.



A view across a modern section of Kashgar to the snow-covered peaks of the Pamir Mountains.


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A Trip to Kashgar


Foto: Roman Pilipey / epa / DER SPIEGEL

A Trip to Kashgar

In contrast to everywhere else in the world, not a single child or teenager was accompanying his father.





Converted mosque in Kashgar: "Tourist toilets."



Converted mosque in Kashgar: “Tourist toilets.”


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A camp in Xinjiang: Reports of forced labor and forced sterilization



A camp in Xinjiang: Reports of forced labor and forced sterilization


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This building complex on the outskirts of Kashgar is thought to have been a re-education center for Uighurs. Today, it is home to a party school.



This building complex on the outskirts of Kashgar is thought to have been a re-education center for Uighurs. Today, it is home to a party school.


Foto: Roman Pilipey / epa / DER SPIEGEL




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