7-year-old girl dances in hotpot restaurant to support family

| November 3rd, 2011

(From voc) There are many cases in China where small child in poor family has to work at too young an age to help support family. Chinahush did a report before about a 10 years old boy, aka fruit boy, shouldering his family by selling fruits. Here we’ve got a similar story only the protagonist is even younger – 7 years old dancer.

In the daytime, Huang Doudou (黄豆豆) is a just a normal 7-year-old Urumqi girl, happily attending […]Read more…

Chinese government installs over 8,000 surveillance cameras monitoring the entire city of Urumqi

| July 2nd, 2010

News background: Urumqi, the capital city of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwestern China, where violence often breaks out because of the ongoing ethnic conflict between Han Chinese and Uyghurs. Uyghur is a Turkic ethnic group that is predominantly Muslim and is one of the officially recognized ethnic groups in China.

(From Netease) People’s Net reports, July 2, on the big screen at the command center of the Municipal Public Security Bureau (of Urumqi) clearly showed the real-time images […]Read more…

China Puts Xinjiang Rioters on Trial, Multiple Media Perspectives

| August 25th, 2009

Jessi Stafford from Newsy.com informed me today that they just posted a video about China puts Xinjiang rioters on trial.

Jessi Stafford:
Newsy.com just posted a video regarding the Chinese trials for the rioters in Xinjiang. It shows the differing media perspectives on who is at fault between Uighurs and Han Chinese. Several sources portray the future political implications of the trial.   

This video tracks the media perspectives from Al Jazeera English, Foreign Policy, Australia’s ABC Radio and China Daily for the […]Read more…

Chinese Hackers Hacked Melbourne Film Festival Website, Again

| August 2nd, 2009

Ever since “Chinese Boycott Melbourne Film Festival to Protest Attendance of Rebiya Kadeer”, Chinese Hackers also took actions to protest the 58th Melbourne International Film Festival playing “East Turkistan” separatists’ documentary. July 25 around 11 am Official Melbourne Film Festival website was hacked. Famous hacker “oldjun” left a Chinese flag along with these words “We like film, but we hate Rebiya Kadeer! We like peace, and we hate East Turkistan terrorist! Please apologize to all the Chinese people!”

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Chinese Boycott Melbourne Film Festival to Protest Attendance of Rebiya Kadeer

| July 23rd, 2009

 

[MOP] Australian media reports on July 22, to protest the 58th Melbourne International Film Festival playing the “East Turkistan” separatists’ documentary, the Chinese film directors Jia Zhangke and Zhao Liang decided to withdraw their 3 films, were going to be shown in early August at the Melbourne Film Festival.

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Photos: Urumqi Riots

| July 8th, 2009

[wikipedia] The July 2009 Urumqi riots broke out on July 5th 2009, in Urumqi the capital city of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, in northwestern China.

The violence was part of an ongoing ethnic conflict between Han Chinese and Uyghurs, a Turkic ethnic group that is predominantly Muslim and is one of the officially recognized ethnic groups in China. These specific riots were sparked by dissatisfaction with the Chinese central government’s handling of the deaths of two Uyghur workers […]Read more…

Uighur Riots in Urumqi

| July 6th, 2009

[pro-player width=’480′ height=’360′ type=’video’ image=’http://www.chinahush.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/urumuqi-03.jpg’]http://www.chinahush.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/Urumuqi-03.mp4[/pro-player]

Violence broke out on July 5th 2009 in Urumqi, the capital city of Xinjiang province. According to the Chinese government media 156 people were dead and 1434 suspects were arrested. The real reason of this riot is still unclear, but is believed the violence was caused by ethnic conflict between Han Chinese and the Uighur minority, and its dissatisfaction with the Chinese central government’s handling of the deaths of two Uighur workers in Guangdong. CCTV (Chinese […]Read more…