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Research continues on 2,000-year-old wheat
CHINAdaily

University to conduct research on ancient skeletons

More than 170 skeletons of ancient people unearthed in Turpan city of Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region will be transported to Jilin University soon for further archaeological research, according to Xu Dongliang, deputy head of the technological ... CHINAdaily, 2 weeks ago
Research continues on 2,000-year-old wheat CHINAdaily, 2 weeks ago

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World's oldest cheese found in Xinjiang, China

Yang Yimin, associate professor from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, displays a piece of ancient cheese, which has been buried with 3600-year-old mummies in the Taklamakan desert in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, ...
 Ecns.cn1 month ago Chinese, German scientists discover world's oldest cheese in NW China  People.com.cn1 month ago ·World's oldest cheese found in Xinjiang, China  Tianshannet1 month ago Archaeology: Ancient cheese found with mummies  Nature1 month ago

Studies from Xinjiang Normal University in the Area of Water Resources Reported

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Ecology, Environment & Conservation -- Fresh data on Water Resources are presented in a new report. According to news reporting originating from Urumqi , People's Republic of China , by VerticalNews ...
 Water Environment Federation2 weeks ago Oncology: Reports on Squamous Cell Carcinoma Findings from Medical University Provide New Insights  NewsRX2 weeks ago New Plant Ecology Findings from Xinjiang Normal University Discussed  4 Traders1 month ago

Xinhua Insight: Baby hatches continue to highlight welfare concerns

by Xinhua writers Cao Bin and Yu Tao A baby hatch will come into service in China's farwest Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on June 1, reinforcing the country's determination in protecting the rights of unwanted children. The hatch will allow a ...
 Individual.com1 week ago Baby hatches continue to highlight welfare concerns  Ecns.cn1 week ago

Xinjiang's cycle of violence

The expansive square in front of the Id Kah Mosque, a 1,000-year-old place of worship in the heart of Kashgar, usually buzzes with activity as the sun sets on the Taklamakan desert. Worshippers, young and old, gather outside its distinctive yellow ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Japan Times

Uighur expert, professor at Kobe University, goes missing during trip home to China

KOBE Wang Ke, a Chinese professor at Kobe University's Faculty of Intercultural Studies, went missing on a visit to China earlier this month, the university said. Wang is known for his studies on the restive Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region of ...
 Japan Times4 weeks ago Kobe University professor, Uighur expert, missing in China  Japan Times4 weeks ago
UCAN India

China's Hanification of Xinjiang is Failing

On Saturday, March 1, more than 10 assailants slashed scores of people with knives at the Kunming train station in Yunnan province in southern China in what state media said Sunday was a terrorist assault by ethnic Uyghur (also spelled as Uighur) ...
 Iviews1 week ago China's Xinjiang province is a study in contrasts  UCAN India1 month ago
Focus Taiwan

PRC once supported independent Xinjiang

CNA TAIPEI -- It may come as a surprise that while Beijing has labeled Sunday's mass killing in the city of Kunming as a terrorist attack by --injiang separatists, the Communist Party of China once put its support behind an independent state in ...
 China Post1 month ago Ironically, communists supported Xinjiang independence 70 years ago  Focus Taiwan1 month ago Crackdown after 'China's 9/11' could add fuel to fire in Xinjiang  Japan Times1 month ago Communists supported Xinjiang independence 70 years ago  Want China Times1 month ago

Prof fails to return from China trip

Jiji Press KOBE (Jiji Press)—Wang Ke, a Chinese professor at the Faculty of Intercultural Studies of Kobe University, has gone missing after visiting China earlier this month, it was learned Saturday. Wang is known for his studies on China's ...
 The Japan News4 weeks ago
West Australian

China's polarized opinions on Xinjiang

By Kelly Olsen ,AFP BEIJING -- Chinese portrayals of the far western region of --injiang veer from a happy land of dancing minorities to a hotbed of dangerous separatist terrorism, polarized and simplistic viewpoints that experts say are used to ...
 China Post1 month ago China sees happy minorities and terrorists in Xinjiang (AFP)  West Australian1 month ago Happy minorities and terrorists in Xinjiang  New Sabah Times1 month ago China sees happy minorities and...  XinMsn1 month ago
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