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    1. Private museum tells stories of ethnic integration in Xinjiang
    2. Law-based campaign transforms Xinjiang
    3. Xinjiang deradicalization program details unveiled
    4. Xinjiang vocational centers 'effective' against extremism


  • Situation in Xinjiang stable: region chairman
    The Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region hasn't experienced any terrorist attacks in 27 months, and the public have felt the benefits brought by this stability, Shohrat Zakir, chairman of the region, said Tuesday.
  • Traditional black soap helps clean up poverty in Xinjiang
    Bars of shabby-looking homemade soap are generating economic and environmental benefits for Qingel county in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
  • Foreign politicians think highly of ethnic harmony in Xinjiang
    The ethnic harmony, economic progress, and respect to culture of ethnic minority groups in northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have impressed representatives from foreign political parties after they had an on-site visit to learn about the region.
  • Indonesian, Malaysian journalists visit Xinjiang
    A group of journalists from Indonesia and Malaysia visited the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region from Feb 22 to 27 to interview local people and find out about the region's development and how it implements policies against extremism.
  • Diplomats from 8 countries visit Xinjiang
    Senior diplomats from the permanent missions of eight countries to the United Nations office in Geneva, Switzerland, visited the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region from Feb 16 to 19 at the invitation of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Border guard in China’s Xinjiang fulfills responsibility with real actions
    “Securing the border is the business of not only the country, but also our herdsmen. We cannot live a happy life without a peaceful border.”This is what Lazzini Bayik, a 40-year-old border guard in western China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, believes.
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