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Bureaucracy to blame for China-Xinjiang dissonance

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Dr. Cheung Wai-kwok known for his work over China History of Ethic Groups in China condemned bureaucracy as main factor causing Hong Kong reporters being beaten up in the Xinjiang province.


“Bureaucracy is something really simple, it means I am always right!” said Dr. Cheung who gave a talk at Shue Yan University last Tuesday.


He is the Associate Professor of the School of Arts and Social Sciences (Chinese Humanities) of the Open University of Hong Kong. Cheung was invited to comment on the controversial border issue due to his strong interest in the China-Xinjiang conflict.


“I (Xinjiang Government) don’t have to give any explanations, the exorbitant reporters deserve to be treated in such a way.”


“Even they arrested those Uyghur people who use needles as arms to hurt the citizen, they don’t put them on trial.” Dr. Cheung continued. He continue to criticize the extreme bureaucracy in the Xinjiang province.


Cheung also explained policies from the central government shall not be blamed for the dissonance public servants who are ruling too harsh should be blamed instead. “Even a stamp selling is to be controlled by the Xinjiang government” he sampled.


He expressed surely the Xinjiang governing system won’t undergo great change in a short period. “It’s impossible to change all the governors at one time!” Cheng admitted. He therefore urge students not to have too much expectation.


Asked about the role of Western countries in the China-Xinjiang controversy. Dr. Cheung thought the Westerners are posing a fairly positive image to the 14th Dalai Lama, a spiritual leader revered among the people of Tibet. But he refused to comment on whether the Uyghur people’s act is backed by western power or not.


When questioned about the impact of Rebiya Kadeer, president of the World Uyghur Congress. He simply introduced her as an Uyghur businesswoman and political activist from the northwest region of Xinjiang.


Though Dr. Cheung keep silent on quite a number of controversial questions, he did provided students with better understanding about the China-Xinjiang situation.

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