The story of Yi Duocai’s marriage to Aminagul, circulated on social media, was among those used to promote ethnic unity. Photo: Weixin.qq.com
The story of Yi Duocai’s marriage to Aminagul, circulated on social media, was among those used to promote ethnic unity. Photo: Weixin.qq.com
Xinjiang

‘We are all Chinese’: Beijing’s message on Xinjiang shifts to ethnicity

  • Media changed tone ahead of Tuesday’s UN review of China’s human rights record, in which Beijing rejected criticism of treatment of ethnic Muslims
  • Reports claim pan-Turkism ‘has undermined sense of national identity’, and ‘Uygurs are not Turkic’

The story of Yi Duocai’s marriage to Aminagul, circulated on social media, was among those used to promote ethnic unity. Photo: Weixin.qq.com
The story of Yi Duocai’s marriage to Aminagul, circulated on social media, was among those used to promote ethnic unity. Photo: Weixin.qq.com
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