Xinjiang Camps — Can we find some truth or common ground?

An interesting view of one of the “camps” note the sporting facilities. It may well be a camp, but it’s certainly not a Concentration camp
A screenshot of my wife’s phone just a day ago, when she looked online to see if it’s possible to purchase a copy of the Quran (Koran) — less than $5USD
This is the very classroom on the day Olsi was in it — not the clear presence of Uyghur scrip above the blackboard — everything is in dual language

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I’m British born Australian living in Guangdong and have an MA in Cross Cultural Change Management. I write mostly positively about my China experiences

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Jerry Grey

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I’m British born Australian living in Guangdong and have an MA in Cross Cultural Change Management. I write mostly positively about my China experiences

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