China’s treatment of Uighurs is ‘genocide’: Gordon Chang
China expert Gordon Chang discusses the potential for China to pass a national security act to protect Hong Kong and extreme measures to control Uighurs.
The CEO of online payment processing company Stripe called for U.S. businesses to take a stand against the Chinese government's "atrocities" in a message boosted by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
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"As a US business (and tech) community, I think we should be significantly clearer about our horror at, and opposition to, the atrocities being committed by the Chinese government against its own people," Stripe CEO Patrick Collison wrote on Twitter on Monday.
Dorsey retweeted the message from fellow billionaire Collison.
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Collison shared a link to an Associated Press story about the Chinese government's efforts to reduce the birth rate of the Uighurs, a minority Muslim population.
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