As China’s Communist Party celebrates the 40th anniversary of Deng Xiaoping’s landmark economic reforms, much of the government-controlled media coverage focuses on President Xi Jinping’s economic credentials.
During a visit to Beijing, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed said the projects would “be deferred” until the debt-laden Southeast Asian nation can afford to pay for them. The projects, which include two gas pipelines and a railway, are part of China’s ambitious Belt and Road initiative – an international trade
Chinese authorities have detained as many as 1 million Uyghurs in internment camps in western China’s Xinjiang region. China has denied that Uyghurs are detained arbitrarily or that “re-education centers” exist. Beginning in April 2017, Uyghurs accused of harboring “strong religious views” and “politically incorrect” ideas have been jailed or detained in political “re-education camps” throughout the Xinjiang region.
But government efforts to spark a baby boom are failing because many couples are choosing not to have more children.
German officials say the 22-year-old man was deported due to an administrative error. Chinese authorities have detained an estimated 1 million Uyghurs in political “re-education camps.”
A report from “The Internet” says the US tech giant wants to return to the world’s largest market for internet users. Google shut down its Chinese search engine in 2010, citing attempts by Chinese authorities to “limit free speech on the web.”