China's top leader, Xi Jinping, recently traveled to Xinjiang, the first visit to Xinjiang after the United States and other Western countries in recent years accused China of "genocide" and "forced labor" in Xinjiang and banned the import of Xinjiang cotton and other products.This is also Xi Jinping's first visit to Xinjiang after a lapse of eight years. On April 30, 2014, just after Xi Jinping had finished his inspection tour of Xinjiang, a terrorist attack occurred at the Urumqi Railway Station, causing many casualties.
Since then, Chinese officials have severely job email list cracked down on the so-called "three forces" of violent terror, ethnic separatism and religious extremism. Later, foreign media began to widely report "concentration camps" where 1 million Uyghurs were allegedly detained.Xi Jinping's trip to Xinjiang was his first public appearance since he traveled to Hong Kong to attend the 25th anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong's sovereignty on July 1.
This trip to Hong Kong is Xi Jinping's first trip to mainland China since the outbreak of COVID-19 (serious special infectious pneumonia, new coronary pneumonia, Wuhan pneumonia) two years ago; it is also the first visit by a Chinese leader since the mass protests in Hong Kong in 2019. port.Beijing has also tightened its grip after mass protests broke out in Hong Kong, and in 2020 began to implement the Hong Kong National Security Law.