Xinjiang is described as a massive surveillance society, which combines new technology and old techniques in order to control and monitor its citizens.
The majority of belonging to the community, the uighurs, according to Human Rights Watch (HRW).
" We don't know that there is a large-scale campaign for the chinese partiföreträdare themselves put it, ”to wipe out the ideological virus”.
It is a war against an ideology, that is, the chinese would like to see eradicated, and it takes place on a different plane, said Gary Molander, sweden director at HRW.
It can be that you have not been loyal to the Communist party, or has been in contact with a person to another country to be imprisoned.
in China, claiming that the detention will reduce the terrorism and separatism in the region.