2020年1月31日 星期五

Her Uighur Parents Were Model Chinese Citizens. It Didn’t Matter.

They still disappeared.

In a China increasingly hostile to its Uighur minority, Zulhumar Isaac’s parents tried for years to live as model citizens. Then one day they stopped answering her messages. In our cover story this week, Sarah A. Topol reports on the perilous game that Zulhumar played with the state to get them back.

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