";s:4:"text";s:4442:" Muyeser’s message ends with a farewell to her family. They're like mice being experimented on for research purposes. While in Xinjiang, Li is introduced to a security official in the government. But it also breaks my heart. The Chinese promote the products by highlighting how advanced the technology is for controlling people. Then, three years later, China got a new leader. [Speaking Uyghur] I need a Chinese SIM card.
Already, Chinese companies, many working in Xinjiang, are supplying technology to more than 60 countries. She never returned. Here in northern Thailand, we are introduced to someone willing to help, a businessman who often works with journalists. [Speaking Mandarin] The distinct facial structure of Uyghurs was entered into the data bank, so just the faces of Uyghurs are being targeted for analysis. There’s a lot less room for dissent in Xi’s China.
This investigation will be very stressful. [Speaking Mandarin] You go straight through. The police are everywhere; shots of them have to be taken quickly. Over two years ago, she received a chilling voice message from her sister. A week into his trip, he has a chance meeting with a Uyghur who speaks English. No one knew when Gulgine would be released. You don’t know whether they will take you next month or next year? Hello? In its responses to us, the Chinese government said, “The security situation in Xinjiang has been greatly improved” and “There is more effective protection of the freedom of religious belief and human rights of Uyghur Muslims.”. Sadyrzhan is on his way from his home in Kazakhstan to the Chinese border. Xinjiang is China’s largest region.
Our podcast takes you inside their reporting. This program contains graphic imagery. There’s not been a word from her. FRONTLINE investigates the Communist regime’s mass imprisonment of Muslims, and its use and testing of … [Speaking Mandarin] It’s a computer system which is like a reservoir. Many Uyghurs living abroad are skeptical of the Chinese government claims. [Speaking Mandarin] See the transformation. Uyghurs and other Muslims are also required to install an app on their phones to monitor for content the government deems suspicious. We’ll be especially careful.
You'll receive access to exclusive information and early alerts about our documentaries and investigations. [Speaking Mandarin] I can’t imagine the consequences if I hadn’t studied here. Huawei insists that its work in Xinjiang is only “general purpose and based on global standards” and “complies with all applicable laws.”. As COVID-19 spread from Asia to Europe, why was the U.S. caught so unprepared? With undercover footage and firsthand accounts from survivors of China's detention camps, FRONTLINE investigates the Communist regime’s mass imprisonment of Muslims, and its use of sophisticated surveillance technology against the Uyghur community. But, I don’t have much hope. During this time, China was believed to have built around 1,200 detention camps that held an estimated 2 million Uyghurs and other Muslims, what experts have described as the largest mass incarceration of an ethnic group since the Holocaust. I’ll come back." This includes research and development and experimenting with technologies.