A poster showing missing relatives is displayed during a gathering in Washington to raise awareness of loved ones who have disappeared in western China. An estimated 1 million Uygurs and others have been placed in internment camps in Xinjiang. Photo: AP
Billy Huang
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Billy Huang

Steve Bannon is right about overseas Chinese – they’ve been careful around Beijing and too silent on Xinjiang

  • Influential Chinese-Americans have condemned racial profiling in the US, but are coy about sensitive issues in China. It is understandable, given the businesses at stake. But they should consider Albert Einstein’s courageous example

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A poster showing missing relatives is displayed during a gathering in Washington to raise awareness of loved ones who have disappeared in western China. An estimated 1 million Uygurs and others have been placed in internment camps in Xinjiang. Photo: AP
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Billy Huang

Billy Huang

Billy Huang is a media veteran who has worked at leading organisations across the Pacific, including Xinhua News Agency in Beijing, CNN headquarters in Atlanta, MediaCorp in Singapore, KyLinTV in New York and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. He was part of the CNN team that won the 2005 Peabody Award and the 2005 DuPont-Columbia University Award.