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Xinjiang: From the eyes of an Australian British who cycled across China

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Ex British policeman cycles across Xinjiang and finds no evidence of Uighur oppression at all. He was never restricted from going anywhere he wanted. Uighurs seem happy, he says.As home to 47 ethnic minority groups, Xinjiang is a colorful land boasting diverse cultures and landscapes. It was once plagued by terrorist attacks, killing innocent people. But what is it like now? What's the life of local people like? British-Australian Jerry Grey, who has traveled to Xinjiang five times and bicycled across several provinces of China, shares his journey and observations of Xinjiang with CGTN [embedded content] China’s Uighur terrorist problem [embedded content]

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Ex British policeman cycles across Xinjiang and finds no evidence of Uighur oppression at all. He was never restricted from going anywhere he wanted. Uighurs seem happy, he says.

As home to 47 ethnic minority groups, Xinjiang is a colorful land boasting diverse cultures and landscapes. It was once plagued by terrorist attacks, killing innocent people. But what is it like now? What's the life of local people like? British-Australian Jerry Grey, who has traveled to Xinjiang five times and bicycled across several provinces of China, shares his journey and observations of Xinjiang with CGTN

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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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