China banned a song

According to the latest information, it is learned that the folk song "Hanzu Pazari" (Chinatown) has been banned in Golja, East Turkistan.
New documents continue to emerge about the Chinese authorities' persecution of Uyghurs and other Muslim Turks in East Turkistan. According to the latest information, it is learned that the folk song "Hanzu Pazari" (Chinatown) has been banned in Golja, East Turkistan.
In the video clip that Chinese detention survivor Zumrat Daoud shared on her personal social media account on May 13, it is alleged that the Chinese authorities banned the song "Hanzu Paziri" (Chinatown), which was well received by the people of Gulja.
The man speaking in Uyghur in the video says the song is in the category of sensitive content and anyone who has this song on their phones should delete it immediately.
"Hanzo Paziri" is the only market in Gulja where the Chinese cannot enter, in the neighborhood where there are Uyghur merchants, and it is known that in the past there were no less struggles to prevent Chinese settlers from settling in the area.
Since the occupation of East Turkistan, the Chinese authorities have been carrying out a policy of terror against the people of East Turkistan. It bans the Uyghurs from all songs, poems, books and magazines that belong to national values, and claims they are "sensitive". Especially in recent years, as a result of the public execution of the crime of genocide, East Turkistan has been placed in a situation almost similar to that of the Republic of North Korea, and as a result surveillance has been massively increased.
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18/05/2023
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