U.S. Congressional–Executive Commission on China, "Annual Report 2002," October 2, 2002

October 2, 2002

The Congressional-Executive Commission offers its annual report on human rights in China and current affairs in regards to rule of law.

Tiananmen Square Document 3: Cable, More Student Demonstrations, 1985

December 23, 1985

The document also reports another incident, that the cables authors call "astonishing," which involved several hundred students from the Bejing Central College of Nationalities who were protesting the nuclear weapons testing program in Xinjiang Province in western China. (December 23, 1985)

China's Law on Regional National Autonomy, 1984

October 1, 1984



ISSUE-DATE: 05/31/1984

IMPLEMENT-DATE: 10/01/1984

Islam in China

The Foreign Policy Research Institute presents as part of the Templeton Lecture on Religion and World Affairs series a lecture by Dru Gladney on Islam in China.

Webinar: What's at Stake in Xinjiang

Join us Saturday, May 9, 2020 for a live webinar featuring a distinguished panel of specialists. 

Qarangghu Tagh: The Villages Afar Screening and Director Q&A

Duke University Asian Pacific Studies Institute presents a screening of the first independent Uyghur film "Qarangghu Tagh: The Villages Afar" and "Bogha: The Donkey-Pad" followed by Q&A with director Saipulla Matallip.

Special Presentation by Scholar from the Kucha Academy of Xinjiang Zhao Li

Yale University presents a talk about Xinjiang's Kucha Caves with Zhao Li.

Wielding the 'Sharp Sword': Petroleum and State Power in China's Far West, 1955-1961

University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies hosts a talk with Judd Kinzley on the relationship between oil and state development in Xinjiang.

Screening of Liu Xiangchen's Documentaries

UC Berkeley will screen Liu Xiangchen's documentaries.