Chinese flags are seen on a road leading to a facility believed to be a re-education camp in China’s Xinjiang region. File photo: AFP Chinese flags are seen on a road leading to a facility believed to be a re-education camp in China’s Xinjiang region. File photo: AFP
Chinese flags are seen on a road leading to a facility believed to be a re-education camp in China’s Xinjiang region. File photo: AFP
Maria Siow
Opinion

Opinion

Maria Siow

Malaysia’s quiet resistance against Uygur extraditions to China worth emulating

  • Putrajaya’s approach doesn’t poke Beijing in the eye, but still shows it is not oblivious to the plight of Uygurs in Xinjiang
  • It’s a move that will come with little immediate cost to countries deciding to do likewise, as the likelihood of a Uygur exodus into their borders is highly unlikely

Chinese flags are seen on a road leading to a facility believed to be a re-education camp in China’s Xinjiang region. File photo: AFP Chinese flags are seen on a road leading to a facility believed to be a re-education camp in China’s Xinjiang region. File photo: AFP
Chinese flags are seen on a road leading to a facility believed to be a re-education camp in China’s Xinjiang region. File photo: AFP
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