Harvard Advised Chinese CCP Govt-Backed Group Sanctioned For Human Rights Abuses

The Treasury Department moved to sanction the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), its former Political Commissar, and its former Deputy Party Secretary and Commander on Friday for “serious human rights abuse against ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, which reportedly include mass arbitrary detention and severe physical abuse.”

XPCC, however, has liaised with Harvard’s Ash Center for Innovation and Diplomacy as part of its “China’s Leaders in Development Program,” inaugurated in 2001.

The program trained officials from the XPCC in 2012 and 2011, supplying them with meetings at the U.S. State Department, the World Bank, and, as the program’s description notes, other “local, state, and federal government organizations in the United States.”

Full story: https://thenationalpulse.com/news/harvard-uyghur-officials/

US Gov’t Sanctions Secretive Communist Party Paramilitary in Xinjiang…

US China tensions are heating up as the Trump Administration puts sanctions on Chinese officials from Xinjiang, where the Chinese Communist party has built concentration camps for the ethnic Uyghur population. The Treasury Department officially sanctioned the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, or XPCC. It’s bee described as a paramilitary farming militia. And it sells things like cotton to Western companies like Nike, Calvin Klein, and Tommy Hilfiger. Essentially slave labor. Find out the full story on the XPCC.