The inner secret of China. Re-educational camps.

 

International concern is growing about the massive arrest and detention of Uyghurs, Kazakhs and other Turkish minorities in the Chinese autonomous region of Xinjiang.

 

The  UN and human rights organizations estimate that up to one million citizens - men, women, and teenagers - are detained without trial. In a recent report, Human Rights Watch talks about the biggest human rights violations since the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976’. Satellite images show that new concentration camps are being built in the deserts of Xinjiang.

Information about the camps is extremely scarce. Journalists and human rights organizations cannot work in Xinjiang. But via Kazakhstan, the Orwellian reality of China's internment camps is slowly revealed. Unlike the Uyghurs, the Kazakhs have had their own state since the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991.  The film based on the interviews of the first-handed witnesses and victims of the repressions.

 

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