Those who do not want to be enslaved, do not want to see others enslaved The CCP has turned the huge Xinjiang (East Turkestan) into an isolated island behind the Iron Curtain, which is basically inaccessible to foreigners. What the few foreigners who are allowed to enter can only see the " Potankin Village " that the CCP allows them to see. Chinese netizen Guan Guan sympathized with the tragic fate of the Uyghurs and came up with the idea of filming the Xinjiang concentration camps: "Because of the Chinese government's regulations, it is now difficult for foreign journalists to enter Xinjiang to cover and report. I can't go, but I can." He drove to Xinjiang by himself to shoot ,
followed the map along the way (the distribution map of concentration camps made by Western scholars), and searched for a total of 18 facilities for mass detention of Uyghurs in eight cities and towns in Xinjiang, including detention centers, drug rehabilitation centers, detention centers, vocational education centers, Training schools, education and corrections bureaus and other places with different names were finally edited into a 20-minute short film "Looking for wedding photo retouching services Xinjiang Concentration Camps - Shooting in Urban and Rural Areas" and put it on YouTube for the public to watch. The photographers were only able to photograph the outside of the camps, and it was impossible to photograph the millions of Uyghurs who were detained there, but these images were frightening enough.
For example, almost all traditional houses in Mulei County were demolished, residents were relocated to new urban areas, and old urban areas were converted into concentration camps. The photographer pointed out: "In fact, there are only two detention centers left in Mulei County." The scale and efficiency are beyond the reach of even the Nazis. Another example is a large concentration camp on the outskirts of Urumqi. The high fence covered with barbed wire only stretches for several kilometers, which is larger than any Nazi concentration camp I have visited in Europe. There are more than enough people.