The main state newspaper released a report on its findings about "lies" from the U.S. and other countries on the region.
A Chinese official calls reports of human rights abuses in Xinjiang "lies and false information" after an appeal to the U.N to investigate the treatment of minorities in the region.
A top Chinese diplomat said the sanctions levied against China for human rights abuses are actually hurting the people of the Xinjiang region.
The Chinese Communist Party and its media outlets are conducting a coordinated campaign at home and abroad to dispel allegations of forced labor in Xinjiang.
Chinese government spokesperson Hua Chunying shared a photograph showing a family on a Mississippi cotton farm in 1908 alongside an image of smiling cotton pickers in Xinjiang, taken in 2015.
Chinese celebrities have cut ties with Nike and H&M, while state media outlets are leading calls for other U.S. and European brands to be boycotted over their statements on Xinjiang cotton.
China's sanction list of 10 people and four entities includes European Union members of parliament, politicians as well as scholars and think tanks.
When we say, "Never Again," we must mean it.
China's growing influence and promotion of security technologies in the global south could "reshape human rights from the ground up," warns a national security analyst in Washington, D.C.
Repudiating the Trump administration's designation of this horror would be a major strategic misstep.
In a virtual address to the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, Chinese Communist Party Politburo member Yang Jiechi urged President Biden to avoid the "misguided policies" of the Trump Era.
President Biden must stand firm on Secretary of State Pompeo's genocide determination.
The U.S. has banned cotton and tomato imports from Xinjiang, which are reportedly harvested using the forced labor of Muslim prisoners.
Beijing has previously rejected requests by United Nations member states and the European Union to allow independent observers into Xinjiang.
In his first appearance Wednesday since causing a fresh diplomatic row with Australia, government spokesperson Zhao Lijian urged the incoming Biden administration to restart talks with China.
The opinion piece in the government newspaper People's Daily singled out the Secretary of State and used this week's TIME magazine cover to ridicule the Trump administration's COVID-19 response.
"Statistics show, time and again, that some are disproportionately prejudiced against in the U.S.," a caption included with the cartoon reads.
The remake is facing yet more backlash after its credits thanked the Turpan Municipal Bureau of Public Security.
As of July 28, Asia has recorded more than 3.9 million confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Yet another reason to be horrified by the Chinese Communist Party's treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
We should always be wary to make Holocaust comparisons, but the evidence of ethnic cleansing and genocide by China's communist regime is too overwhelming to ignore.
After the 1995 genocide, we yet again vowed that this would never happen again. And yet here we are—again.
The video—filmed by a drone last year—shows hundreds of bound and blindfolded men waiting at a train station somewhere in China while closely guarded by security forces.
The U.S. imposed visa restrictions on officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang, where Beijing is accused of a cultural genocide against minority groups.