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China, as discussed in Understanding China, Part 1, is a large nation with a complex political structure. This political structure is part of the reason why the psychology of the Chinese people is fundamentally distinct from that of the West, and this profound difference is found in the over 1.3 billion souls residing in China. 789 woorden meer
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As we write this post, in various regions of the world women’s NGOs are assembling to prepare for next year’s UN Commission On The Status Of Women which marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women and adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995). 416 woorden meer
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This is the post #4 of my travel series “Beating the Unbeaten Tracks”. In this post, I’d like to share what I saw as a backpacker in Xinjiang, and provided a bit more historic context behind the current tension.
MUST MUST MUST listen to this talk by Dr Zakir Naik.
The MOST persecuted muslims in the world are, the UIGHUR muslims.
The 22 nations that signed the first letter, criticizing and calling on China to end its massive detention program in China’s Xinjiang are all NON-MUSLIM countries. 234 woorden meer
As we know it, the world doesn’t do much to what’s happening to Uyghur. Million of Muslim Uyghurs are reported to be held in detention camps, in which Chinese government said that it is an attempt to eradicate terrorism and extremism. 971 woorden meer