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- 04/27/18--13:05: _NOAA Scientist Wins...
- 05/21/18--08:57: _Uyghur Writer and S...
- 06/27/18--09:51: _Committee of 100, t...
- 06/27/18--10:09: _Wang Yu On Travel B...
- 07/25/18--11:36: _Prominent Chinese B...
- 08/25/18--13:56: _*UPDATED* Chinese A...
- 09/15/18--14:33: _Rahile Dawut, Promi...
- 09/15/18--14:36: _50 Students Detaine...
- 10/20/18--11:08: _Another Uyghur Prof...
- 11/27/18--17:15: _Four Literature Pro...
- 05/21/18--08:57: Uyghur Writer and Scholar Arrested and Sent to Re-Education Camp
- 06/27/18--10:09: Wang Yu On Travel Ban, Can’t Visit Son at College in Australia
- 09/15/18--14:33: Rahile Dawut, Prominent Uyghur Scholar and Anthropologist, Missing
- 11/27/18--17:15: Four Literature Professors From Chinese Uyghur Community Detained
NOAA scientist, Sherry Chen, was wrongfully arrested and as a result lost her position at NOAA. She was accused by the US government of spying for China. After an investigation it was found by the Justice Department that she was innocent and she was released.
Abdulqadir Jalaleddin, a prominent Uyghur writer and scholar who was arrested in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in January has not been seen since that time. It was reported that he was sent to a re-education camp, but there have been no official statements as to his status or whereabouts.
Numerous organizations were outraged and are demanding justice for a Chinese-American, award-winning hydrologist, Sherry Chen. In 2014, she was falsely accused of spying for China. The charges were dropped in 2015.
Wang Yu, one of the Human Rights attorneys who was detained in the round-up of human rights lawyers in China in July 2015 was released after providing a forced confession following two years in detention.
Dr. Rao Yi, a prominent Chinese brain scientist, who studied in the United States, got his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of California, San Francisco; his postdoc at Harvard; was on the faculty at Washington University in St.
Several Chinese American citizens have been accused of spying for China. They have been found not guilty and their agencies/organizations have refused to reinstate them into their prior position.
Dr. Rahile Dawut, a prominent Uyghur scholar and anthropologist has been missing since December 2017. She is a professor at Xinjiang University. It has been alleged that she has been detained – whereabouts unknown.
Students who were engaged in a peaceful demonstration in support of workers at a factory in Shenzhen were rounded up and have not been seen nor heard from since that time.
Halmurat Ghopur was sentenced for “separatist tendencies,” allegedly for plotting to “create a Muslim Caliphate” in the region by 2030. There is no evidence to support these charges. Ghopur is a distinguished medical professional who has served as President of the XinJjiang Food and Drug Administration’s Department of Inspection and Supervision in the Urumqi Regional capital and formerly was Presidesnt of Xinjiang Medical University Hospital.
Literature Professors Azat Sultan, Abdukerim Rahman and Gheyretjan Osman, along with Arslan Abdulla, a language professor at Xinjiang University in Urumqi (all members of the ethnic Uyghur community) were reportedly detained and sent to “re-education camps.” Sultan, was previously the former Vice President of Xinjiang University and has been accused of being “two-faced” with “separatist tendencies.” CCS has written to the President of China expressing concern that this appears to be part of a campaign of massive detention and re-education that is impacting thousands of Uyghurs with special focus on educators and scholars.