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China’s crackdowns: From Tibet to Inner Mongolia

To understand what’s happening to ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia, look to Tibet


Mongolians protest against China’s plan to introduce Mandarin-only classes at schools in the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia, at Sukhbaatar Square in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, on Sept. 15. Photo by Byambasuren BYAMBA-OCHIR/AFP/Getty Images

China’s crackdowns: From Tibet to Inner Mongolia
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Photo by Byambasuren BYAMBA-OCHIR/AFP/Getty Images


June Cheng

June is a reporter for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and covers East Asia, including China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

@JuneCheng_World

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