Canadian Daniel Dumbrill’s video address to an online panel discussion on Xinjiang was screened ahead of a Chinese foreign ministry press conference. Photo: Handout Canadian Daniel Dumbrill’s video address to an online panel discussion on Xinjiang was screened ahead of a Chinese foreign ministry press conference. Photo: Handout
Canadian Daniel Dumbrill’s video address to an online panel discussion on Xinjiang was screened ahead of a Chinese foreign ministry press conference. Photo: Handout
Xinjiang

The China-based foreigners defending Beijing from Xinjiang genocide claims

  • Chinese foreign ministry highlights remarks by Shenzhen-based Canadian to counter allegations of human rights abuses
  • Counter-narrative describes Western efforts to undermine and destabilise China by criticising policies in its remote western region

Topic |   Xinjiang
Canadian Daniel Dumbrill’s video address to an online panel discussion on Xinjiang was screened ahead of a Chinese foreign ministry press conference. Photo: Handout Canadian Daniel Dumbrill’s video address to an online panel discussion on Xinjiang was screened ahead of a Chinese foreign ministry press conference. Photo: Handout
Canadian Daniel Dumbrill’s video address to an online panel discussion on Xinjiang was screened ahead of a Chinese foreign ministry press conference. Photo: Handout
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