Saturday, April 17, 2021

【环球叶问】美国死咬新疆不松口,因为事关西方最恐惧的一件事!






当你听到“种族灭绝”、“集中营”、“强迫劳动”这一连串谎言的时候,你心里可曾问过一个问题:为什么总是新疆?西方为什么要变着花样,死咬新疆不放呢?这一切,是早有预谋还是一连串的巧合呢?难道真是因为郑国恩之流恰巧写了篇漏洞百出的报告吗?

最近,澳大利亚刊物《澳人警示服务》发表了一份特别报告,叫做《新疆:欧亚中心地带的中国西部边境》。读完之后你就会知道,为什么他们总盯着新疆了。


Wednesday, April 07, 2021

【交叉点评】多国驻华大使谈参观新疆的经历 伊朗大使的话让美国扎心了!






3月30日至4月2日,上海合作组织秘书长诺罗夫及20多个国家的驻华使节和外交官一行30余人在新疆维吾尔自治区参观访问,并参加了“新疆是个好地方”交流会。 4月6日晚,凤凰卫视的《风云对话》栏目播出了“新疆是个好地方”主题宣介会后对多国驻华大使的专访。他们从不同角度讲述了亲眼所见的新疆,纷纷表示,这里的实际情况与西方诸多不实报道大相径庭。


Saturday, April 03, 2021

【繁簡字幕】人類瞓得愈少愈無腦?你絕對想像唔到瞓覺係如此重要!想有創意竟然係要瞓多啲?瞓覺可以醫精神病同抑鬱?︱#37 好書推介 為甚麼要睡覺?​︱十分鐘讀好書_20210402






Lorey給觀眾的話:
今日的商業社會鼓吹早睡早起和長時間工作。一些大型企業的執行長分享成功之道時,無一不是每天零晨5點就起床,做運動、看報紙、8點前就精神奕奕回到公司處理一日的大小事務。企業文化似乎視睡眠為無用之物,上班沒精打采的員工會被責備;日以繼夜工作,不辭勞苦的員工受到獎勵。在近代短短100多年間,人類就拋棄了用340萬年演化而成的睡眠慣性。人類是唯一一個會刻意剝奪自己睡眠的物種,而這習慣正對我們的健康、預期壽命和智力發展造成災難性的打擊。剝奪睡眠不但沒有促進生產力的提升,而且已造成了巨大經濟損失。擁有完整的睡眠,是每個人應有的權利,也更乎合生物的天性,令生產活力得以提升,最終惠及整個社會。一起來學習您不知道有關睡眠的事吧!


Friday, April 02, 2021

[Documentary] The War in the Shadows - Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang



The War in the Shadows: Challenges of Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang | Trailer




Xinjiang Under Blue Skies | Theme Song of The War in the Shadows



On March 1, 2014, eight knife-wielding Xinjiang terrorists unleashed deadly attacks on unsuspecting passengers at the Kunming Railway Station in southwest China's Yunnan province. The assailants killed 31 civilians and injured over 140 people.

"Xinjiang under blue skies" is a song jointly created by six Uygur and Han musicians in the aftermath of the attack. Chen Ruijun, who wrote the song, said people from other regions in China began perceiving Xinjiang and its people in a negative light after the attack. Changing people's perception of Xinjiang through the power of music became the biggest motivation for Chen and his fellow musicians. The song eventually took over half a year to produce – much longer than other pieces. "

At a time when attacks of different scales were taking place periodically in Xinjiang, people were anxious and depressed," said Chen. "Under these circumstances, we wanted to create a song that helps people face the confusion and the hardship, and helps open their hearts and minds."

On Friday, April 2, CGTN will present "The War in the Shadows," the last episode of a tetralogy chronicling the fight against terrorism in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

It portrays the plight of Xinjiang residents living through the aftermath of terrorism in the region, unveiling the inside stories behind decades of struggle.


[Documentary - Episode 1 of 4] Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang



Between 1990 and 2016, thousands of terrorist attacks shook the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwestern China, killing large numbers of innocent people and hundreds of police officers. Horrific stabbings and bombings rocked the land once known as a commercial hub on China's ancient Silk Road.

The damage to local communities was incalculable while stability in the region quickly deteriorated. Authorities have been trying hard to restore peace to this land.

In this exclusive CGTN exposé, we show you never-before-seen footage documenting the frightening tragedies in Xinjiang and the resilience of its people.


Source : Fighting terrorism in Xinjiang


[Documentary - Episode 2 of 4] The Black Hand — ETIM and Terrorism in Xinjiang



The East Turkistan Islamic Movement, or ETIM, is designated as a terrorist organization by the UN. For decades, the group which has close links with international terrorist organizations perpetrated countless terrorist attacks aiming to separate the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region from China.

The movement has attempted to recruit people on a massive scale, spreading a radical ideology that continues to cause chaos in many countries around the world.

In this exclusive CGTN exposé, we show you never-before-seen footage including interviews with perpetrators and recruitment videos used by this black hand.


Source : The black hand — ETIM and terrorism in Xinjiang


[Documentary - Episode 3 of 4] Tianshan Still Standing — Memories of Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang



"Some wounds even time can't heal," Xia Yeling, an Urumqi-based psychologist said. For the past decade, she has been treating hundreds of patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to the July 5 riots in 2009 in the capital city of China's Xinjiang. The killing sprees that resulted in 197 deaths and over 1,700 injures plunged the city into shock and panic, and etched indelible scars in the hearts of survivors and witnesses.

Traumas inflicted by humans are harder to heal than those from natural disasters, according to Xia, because trust between people has deteriorated in the midst of blood-curdling violence.

Between 1990 and 2016, thousands of terrorist attacks plagued the vast land of Xinjiang. Large numbers of innocent lives were lost in horrific stabbings, shootings and bombings. For survivors, the psychological toll could rival that of physical casualties. Xia told CGTN that those suffering from PTSD range from middle school students to seniors over 80 years old.

When symptoms of trauma don't go away, people have no alternative but to move on. Mirexmetjan Rozi, a survivor of the Id Kah Mosque assassination on July 30, 2014, has never returned to the mosque seated in the city center of Kashgar. On that day, three terrorists appeared, pushed him away and hacked at Imam Jume Tayir's neck and head. He failed to save Jume Tayir after he was stabbed in the thigh and has been grieving ever since. "Just thinking about it makes me break out in a cold sweat and want to cry."

Over 800 kilometers away, Dilqemer Tursun, both a witness and survivor of the bomb attacks in Luntai County of September 2014, is helping people as a rehabilitation therapist. At 21 years old, she lost her leg to an explosion while shopping with her family. "I heard my nephew crying and my mom yelling for help. Then I found myself gazing at my severed leg," she recalled. For months after that, she couldn't sleep, besieged by nightmares.

For her, there's an intertwined feeling of hate and forgiveness for the terrorist. "They must have been brainwashed by the violent videos. I think they are also victims."

Dilqemer lives on with her trauma, hoping to get a driver’s license and buy a car one day. Her greatest dream is to buy a bigger house for the whole family.

While residents have paid dearly for terrorism in the region, those on the frontlines constantly face the threat of death. As police deal with terrorists who use weapons ranging from homemade bombs to AK-47s, they have lost many colleagues in the line of duty.

In April 1998, police officer Long Fei lost his life during a raid on a household in Yili prefecture that was suspected of harboring a cache of weapons. He was a squad leader that led the attack on the terrorist hideout, but was killed when terrorists opened fire and shot him in the neck. In what turned out to be an even greater insult to his memory, Long's gun was stolen by a terrorist who fled and was later used to murder two policemen, named Kong Yongqiang and Nurtay Anwerbeg, two months later. During that assault, the terrorist was shot while attempting to escape through a window.

The sacrifice of the three police officers was not in vain. Retired police officer Abduraxman Peyzi said they had given their lives for Xinjiang's stability.

Due to the chaos in the region, simply being a police officer made one a target. The daughter of Xudaberdi Toxti saw terrorists hack her father, a policeman, to death one night, then they killed her brother when he tried to save their father. Peridem said she still feels uneasy when she sees people wearing red since it reminds her of the blood she saw then.

These attacks on regular people and police led to increased security in the region as all manner of violent attacks became more prevalent. Yalqun Yaqup, deputy director general of the Xinjiang Public Security Department, said in an interview with CGTN that the terrorists' methods have become increasingly "brutal" as they use anything from blades and guns to suicide bombings. He showed CGTN for the first time ever a cache of 5,000 homemade grenades seized in 1999 from the terrorist group "Kuresh," as well as 15,000 weapons seized in 2006, some of which were smuggled from abroad.

In the fight against these "violent terrorists," Yalqun Yalqup said law enforcement personnel are doing all they can to fight against rampant terrorism fueled by extremism.


Source : Tianshan Still Standing — Memories of Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang


[Documentary - Episode 4 of 4] The War in the Shadows: Challenges of Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang



Xinjiang, in the far western land of China, hosted one of the world's first and most important trade routes known as the Silk Road, which linked ancient Chinese civilization to the West through the Eurasian continent.

The land of fortune, however, has not always enjoyed tranquility. Thousands of terrorist attacks from 1990 through 2016 killed large numbers of innocent people and hundreds of police officers. Horrific stabbings and bombings rocked the land, leaving its people in shock, grief and panic. The damage was incalculable while stability in the region quickly deteriorated. Authorities have been trying hard to restore peace to this land.

In CGTN's first three documentaries on fighting terrorism in Xinjiang, we presented never-before-seen footage documenting the frightening tragedies in Xinjiang and the resilience of its people.

The fourth exposé "The war in the shadows: Challenges of fighting terrorism in Xinjiang" – the last of the tetralogy – exposes the extremist thinking and the challenges facing China's efforts to tackle terrorism inside and outside of Xinjiang.

It gives answers to these questions: Why has violent terrorism continued to plague Xinjiang? For those who were once known as "Two-faced people" among the legal and political elites in Xinjiang, how much damage have they done to anti-terrorism efforts in the region? How come poisonous education materials alleging ethnic victimization and "Turkic heroes" have been used for 13 years in primary and middle schools? Why must we stop the invisible hand of foreign advocacy alleging violent terrorism infiltrating our country?

The documentary reveals the methods used by extremist and separatist forces including the "Two-faced people" among the region's high-ranking officials, as well as how music and videos advocating violent terrorism and inciting ethnic hatred penetrated the region. Plus, it also tells of the very hardship police officers have been mired in for decades.

Over the past four years, violence has largely been contained, giving way to rapid urbanization and economic growth. Safety and tranquility never come easy. But it's only a preliminary victory in China's fight against terrorism.

The film is 55 minutes long and consists of four parts: "The network," "Enemies within," "The textbooks," and "The black hands."


Source : The War in the Shadows: Challenges of Fighting Terrorism in Xinjiang


MOFA: BBC is not trusted even in the UK






According to material openly available, BBC World Service is immune from any form of regulation and can produce all the disinformation it likes with legal impunity in the UK. It has caused the spread of the fake news virus not only in the UK but all over the world. BBC should try to do more just and truthful reports to tackle its credibility crisis, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said on Wednesday.


Thursday, April 01, 2021

【外交部】看完气炸了!盘点BBC“阴间滤镜”记者沙磊6大抹黑中国的报道






从“疫情源头”到“中国脏棉”,BBC那些臭名昭著的涉华报道不少都出自驻华记者沙磊之手。但最近他似乎销声匿迹,据BBC的说法,沙磊已被“调派”去了台湾。 中国外交部发言人华春莹在3月31日的例行记者会上表示,沙磊是非正常离境,并没有履行一个外国常驻记者离任前应该履行的手续。


有一種極權,叫美國說你極權;告訴你新疆棉花不為人知的事|沖出黎講