lørdag 1. august 2015

A Voice From China’s Uighur Homeland, Reporting From the U.S.

In December 1994, Shohret Hoshur, then a 29-year-old journalist in a remote corner of the far western Chinese region of Xinjiang, said goodbye to his homeland. After writing two articles in his native Uighur language that incensed the local authorities, he escaped using a false passport he bought for about $600. Read more