- People enjoy blooming pear blossoms in Korla, China's Xinjiang
People enjoy blooming pear blossoms in Korla, China's Xinjiang
- Xinjiang migrant workers debunk "forced labor" claims with personal experiences
A group of migrant workers from northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has debunked the "forced labor" claims with their own experiences of working in Guangdong Province in south China.
- Xinjiang teacher chose to go 'where country needs me most'
As the Communist Party of China celebrates the 100th anniversary of its founding this year, China Daily talks to CPC members to know what made them want to become a Party member and the impact this has had on their work and life.
- Xinjiang scholars debunk "forced labor" claims with latest study
Two scholars from northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region debunked the "forced labor" claims about Uygur workers in a recent interview with Xinhua.
- 'Along China's Expressways' launched in Shanghai as part of CPC centenary celebrations
A special project to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) was launched in Shanghai on Tuesday.
- Pic story: girl in Xinjiang gets employed to raise her family
Pic story: girl in Xinjiang gets employed to raise her family
- Xinjiang Voice: Talk to insiders on Xinjiang cotton farms
The debate surrounding the cotton industry of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has lasted for weeks. What is Xinjiang really like? To discover the true voices of Xinjiang's cotton farmers, CGTN contacted some netizens from Xinjiang or related areas to share their experiences on cotton farms in the region. Hu Wei, a 29-year-old international trade personnel, said it's a pity that people don't know much about China's policies for ethnic minorities. "I'd like to show them around in Xinjiang."
- British vlogger: The life of Uygurs and other minorities in China
Jason Lightfoot, a British vlogger living in China, shares his opinions on ethnic policies and the treatment of minority groups like Uygurs in the country, and also weighs in on the Xinjiang cotton issue.
- Foreign blogger Raz Galor visits cotton farm in Xinjiang
What did foreigners who visited a cotton farm in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region think about the locals' living conditions? Blogger Raz Galor told CGTN that he was very impressed by the Xinjiang cotton industry's advanced technology, noting that the locals enjoy a high salary.
- GLOBALink | Girls pursue football dream in NW China's Xinjiang
The girls' football team of No.2 Primary School in Shawan City was established in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in 2011. The following year, the team won the girls' team championship in the Shawan Campus Football Competition.
- Zeyu's vlog | How does the imam of Xinjiang's largest mosque think of the so-called "cultural genocide"?
How do clerics in Xinjiang think of "cultural genocide"? Let's follow Xinhua reporter Xu Zeyu to Xinjiang's largest mosque and talk to its imam.
- Zeyu's vlog | How Uygurs farm cotton in Xinjiang
Xinjiang cotton farming: "Forced labor" or mechanization? Follow Xinhua reporter Xu Zeyu to the cotton field in Xinjiang
- A "post-95" village official Zulpiya enjoys her leisure time in Aksu, northwest China's Xinjiang.
A "post-95" village official Zulpiya enjoys her leisure time in Aksu, northwest China's Xinjiang.
- Xinhua Commentary: Why Xinjiang cotton?
By banning Xinjiang cotton, some Western forces are trying to strangle cotton businesses and damage people's livelihoods in the Uygur autonomous region. In word, they claim they are concerned about the Uygurs; in deed, they are just making life difficult for them.
- More countries join China in rebuking Western claims
A growing number of countries have joined Chinese diplomats and ordinary people in lashing out at some Western nations' attacks against China on human rights issues, calling for a stop to political interference that aims at frustrating developing countries.
- GLOBALink | Dream of a Xinjiang villager
With help from the government, Xinjiang farmer Kurban's young son is getting a free high school education in Beijing. "My son's college dream is also my biggest dream now," the farmer said.
- GLOBALink | Blooming apricot blossoms give boost to Xinjiang farmers' income
Shanshan County in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is witnessing blooming apricot blossoms.
- GLOBALink | #RealLifeXinjiang: Visit a kindergarten in Xinjiang
Visit a kindergarten in Hami, Xinjiang, with a teacher #RealLifeXinjiang #vlog
- Some 5,800 "forced laborers" in Xinjiang, more than 2,900 of whom are from the U.S.
Nearly 70 percent of cotton fields in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region use machinery to pick cotton during the harvest season, making large-scale manual cotton-picking a thing of the past.
- Canadian YouTuber explains why the West is targeting Xinjiang
Canadian YouTuber Daniel Dumbrill, who has more than 100,000 followers, attracted a wide attention among netizens after he discussed why Xinjiang matters so much to Western governments, particularly the US, in a YouTube video uploaded on March 19.
- 'Lone Ranger' paves roads for oil explorers in Xinjiang
Braving rolling sand dunes in the Taklimakan, China's largest desert, Hu Jun carefully operates a roaring bulldozer to blaze a trail that his co-workers and supplies can use to reach oil exploration sites.
- Report rebukes claims on Xinjiang
People from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region who choose to work outside the region are mainly influenced by high-paying job opportunities, their families and friends, and the social environment, according to a new research report.
- Graphics: Data reveals lies hidden in so-called Xinjiang reports
The large number of data and cases used in German national Adrian Zenz's Xinjiang-related "research reports" involving anti-terrorism and deradicalization, ethnic religion, labor and employment, family planning, cultural education and human rights protection are arbitrary, inconsistent and flawed, said Xu Guixiang, deputy director of the publicity department of the Communist Party of China Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Committee, at a Xinjiang-related press conference held by the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Beijing last Thursday.
- GLOBALink | Vlog in Xinjiang: Working in desert is a pleasant trip? Nope!
Taklimakan Desert, located in the Tarim Basin of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, is a major petroliferous region in China and one of the most difficult places to explore due to its harsh environment and complicated underground conditions.
- GLOBALink | Falsehoods around Xinjiang created primarily out of fear of China's progress: Pakistani expert
Falsehoods around Xinjiang are being created primarily out of fear of China's progress, the founding president of the Eurasian Century Institute in Pakistan has said.
- GLOBALink | Vlog in Xinjiang: Geophysical survey in Taklimakan Desert
Taklimakan Desert, located in the Tarim Basin of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, is a major petroliferous region in China and one of the most difficult place to explore due to its harsh ground environment and complicated underground conditions.
- Pic story of Zhang Xiying and her flower planting business in Xinjiang
Pic story of Zhang Xiying and her flower planting business in Xinjiang
- GLOBALink | Xinjiang Guli Epi 1: A Uygur dancer's rosy life
Uygur dancer Amina Yusup blooms on her beloved stage. Find more in Episode 1 of "Xinjiang Guli" as we celebrate #WomensDay. #RealLifeXinjiang
- Yanqi, Xinjiang: A talented basket maker made long strings of lantern baskets to tell the story of happy life
There is a talented basket-maker named Ma Fengqing living at Shihaoqu Village in Beidaqu County in Yanqi Hui Autonomous County of Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. He not only made up his happy life with a pair of skillful hands, but also took villagers to their good days with enthusiasm. During the Lantern festival in 2021, he made up new rose willow twig lanterns to celebrate the festival.
- Female dancer promotes traditional dance in Xinjiang, NW China
Amina Yusup is the leader of a dance troupe in Kashgar, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. She joined the dance team when she was 17 and has been performing on stage for more than 20 years.