Sources say he was arrested in February after returning from a concert in Shanghai.
Cadres collect information on families and indoctrinate them during their ‘visits.’
Uyghurs suggest arrest of Chinese obscures fact that the Muslim group is authorities' main target.
He had admitted at a ‘confession meeting’ that he took his son there to meet other children.
The ‘open’ camps are for those accused of minor cases and allow them to return home at night.
Obulkasim Haji was arrested in December and sent to a ‘political re-education camp,’ sources said.
Uyghurs living in exile come from around the world to ask the EU's help in ending China's 'repressive' policy.
A security official at his university confirms the poet was taken into custody in January.
A source says detainees are ‘brainwashed’ and ‘driven insane’ at the camps.
An Australian author describes China’s efforts to build political influence in his home country.
The State Department calls on Beijing to release those arbitrarily detained in the region.
Exile observers say the centers also help ‘deal with’ deaths in detention.
Erfan Hezim had traveled to Spain and Dubai for training and to participate in matches.
Abdughappar Abdujappar died in December after being incarcerated for nearly six months, sources said.
‘Clean Internet’ Android app transmits data to a central government server without encryption, a study finds.
They say information should be gathered to determine the need for sanctions against Chinese officials.
Pezilet Bekri had overseen authorities hauling members of her ethnic group into custody in Kashgar.
Simply showing an interest in taking a trip outside of China is enough to warrant arrest.
Officials say those born post-1980 are ‘violent’ and susceptible to ‘extremist’ influence.
Officials say arrests have increased since the beginning of the month, with a focus on women.
The young man had been detained in 2016 after returning from a trip to Turkey.
A Uyghur in Turkey says he recently learned that his sister was detained in a political re-education camp by authorities in Xinjiang.
He calls for global efforts to reject the extraterritorial targeting of dissidents.
The young girl suffered serious burns after being scalded by an overturned pot of boiling water.
Another RFA reporter reveals missing relatives, as CPJ calls detentions of family members a 'cruel, if not barbaric, tactic.'
The program is designed to identify possible threats to Chinese control in the restive Uyghur region.
He is supported by his instructor, who tells Chinese students they must respect opposing views.
Mihray Jume, 37, was picked up by a policeman in recent weeks and taken to join untold thousands in numerous re-education camps across Xinjiang.
Kuala Lumpur vows the action it takes “will not hurt the feelings of any country.”
Prominent geographic scientist Tashpolat Teyip is said to be "cooperating with the ongoing investigation” but details of his case are scant.