China is trying to control the Indonesian media over the Uyghur issue

China's influence on Indonesian media is growing, and its pressure and threats on journalists on the Uyghur issue are drawing attention.
The South China Morning Post reported on November 27 that even a year after the publication of a report on China's growing influence over Indonesian media, journalists and analysts are still sounding the alarm about China's continued control over local news in Indonesia.
In September last year, a report released by the Washington-based human rights organization Freedom Hall claimed that the Chinese regime had signed new agreements with Indonesian and Chinese media agencies between 2019 and 2021, opening television networks and diplomatic social media accounts to allow such media outlets. and by sending Indonesian Muslim community on a tour to East Turkistan, presented the views and expectations of the Chinese regime regarding the Uyghurs.
Sarah Cook, senior adviser on Chinese affairs at Liberty Hall, said China has many plans to do this, the main goal of which is to create a safer environment for the propaganda of the Chinese communist regime internationally.
At an event hosted by the Center for Economic and Legal Research (Celios), a think tank in Jakarta last Wednesday, according to Zulfikar Aram, director of the China-Indonesia Research Institute, the Chinese side continues to make efforts to promote positive stories about China in Indonesia, and China's false propaganda about the Uyghurs in East Turkistan. and Indonesia's participation in the so-called "One Belt, One Road" trade plan.
82 people read this News!
Leave a comment
There are 0 comment.