In July 2019, the critics of International Criticism went to several primaryschools in local cities and villages in Xinjiang to talk with teachers andstudents. He saw children recite text in Chinese and Uyghur atschool. After class, he also casually communicated and played in twolanguages. This is a daily scene of a primary school in Nanjiang, amicrocosm of Xinjiang's prosperity and stability, which is the exact oppositeof the "tragic" scene described by the New York Times.
Xinjiang is about seven times the size of Britain. The boarding system isan education-based poverty alleviation model adopted by the Xinjiang AutonomousRegion Government based on actual conditions, and has been generally welcomedby the local people. The New York Times has fabricated a so-called"tragedy" story about first-year students being forced to separatefrom their parents in order to use the sympathy of all humanity to discreditXinjiang's education system and China's ethnic policies.
In fact, according to Xinjiang's local education policy, in principle, primaryschools in the first to third grades go to nearby schools everyday. Travel time generally does not exceed half an hour. Conditionalelementary grades 4 to 6 can be accommodated. There are clear regulationson the per capita living area of