UEI has employed Uyghur workers at its Qinzhou, China plant since at least 2019 and sells its software and equipment to Sony, Samsung, LG and Microsoft.
Zheng Zeguang, who began his posting in June, has been barred from the parliamentary estate until sanctions on British MPs are lifted.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said her office was compiling its own report into the alleged rights abuses against Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
The Turkestan Islamic Party, fighting China for a separate Uyghur state, gives Newsweek its first international media interview since it was removed from a U.S. list of terrorist groups.
Elected officials in the United States and elsewhere have discussed the possibility of a "diplomatic boycott," but campaigners say the plan is not enough.
The latest study by leading Xinjiang researcher Adrian Zenz cites policy recommendations and analyses by Chinese officials and government-affiliated reports.
China is promoting human rights with a "happy life" as its ultimate goal while providing legal guarantees to protect human rights, according to the report.
"The consolidation of national defense and a strong military must be accelerated," Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday.
Lawmakers are calling on the IOC to postpone or relocate the scheduled 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing unless China ends it genocide against the Uyghurs.
The 220-acre prison complex, which holds members of the country's Uyghur minority, could be the largest detention center in the world.
A government white paper released on Wednesday praised the Chinese Communist Party's policies in the region as well as the leadership of its chair, Xi Jinping.
The bipartisan Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act will place the burden of proof on U.S. companies seeking to import goods made in China's Xinjiang region.
A State Department report promised to continue pressing China on its ongoing "genocide" and "crimes against humanity" against Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
"The evidence of severe human rights abuses and crimes against the Uyghur people is already overwhelming and indisputable," said the U.K. Foreign Affairs Committee chair.
China has been accused of placing over 1 million Uyghurs—a predominantly Turkish Muslim minority—into detainment camps and forcing them to work in hazardous conditions against their will. Southern Baptists have now become the first religious group to outwardly call the issue "genocide."
The move is part of a larger effort to combat commerce connected to China's human rights violations against Uyghurs and other minorities.
China's top diplomat made the comments during a phone call with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
The dossier established "that Uyghurs have been targeted, rounded up, forcibly disappeared and deported from Tajikistan" back into China's western Xinjiang region "by Chinese operatives," the lawyers said in a statement.
Several Uyghur exiles told an independent tribunal they suffered forced labor, abortions, beatings and more while living in China's Xinjiang region.
A new analysis indicated that Chinese birth control policies could cause a decline of 2.6 to 4.5 million births and reduce the population of the Uighur and other ethnic minorities in the southern Xinjiang region within 20 years.
A tribunal, made up of lawyers, academics and business people, set up to assess whether China's alleged rights abuses against the Uyghur people constitute genocide, opened Friday in London.
Following decades of forced abortions and sterilizations carried out under Beijing's infamous one-child policy, and five years of a two-child policy, Chinese couples are now allowed to have three children.
The Xinjiang government has been promoting a social media campaign where Uyghurs deny that human rights abuse has occurred. But a text indicates that the government is behind the accusations.
Beijing doesn't have human rights requirements like future Olympic host cities Paris and Los Angeles, which are scheduled to host the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympics, respectively.
"The lives of Palestinian Muslims are equally precious," the Chinese official said.
Abdureqip Tomurniyaz, president of the Xinjiang Islamic Association, said that the U.S. and Western nations "want to sabotage Xinjiang's harmony and stability, contain China's rise and alienate relations between China and Islamic countries."