How I Survived A Chinese ‘Re-education’ Camp by Gulbahar Haitiwaji and Rozenn Morgat
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READS LIKE A MODERN VERSION OF 1984
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For three years, she disappeared into a secret network of jails. Having resurfaced, Gulbahar Haitiwaji is the first female survivor to give a connected and revealing account of what goes on inside China’s ‘re-education’ camps.
Since 2017, one million Uyghurs have been sent to these walled compounds in the desert while China sterilises them and destroys mosques. China does not want Turkic Muslims living on its ‘new silk road’ to western markets.
In this unflinching memoir, Gulbahar recounts how she was plunged into a regime of forced brainwashing and sterilisation after being tricked back to China. Now, she has decided to tell her story. This rare portrait of life in China’s gulag is visceral and internationally important.
Publication: February 2022
Dispatched: January 2022
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