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Viral Video: Xinjiang Activists Circulate Video of Young Black Children Crying While Singing Chinese Songs

A video depicting two presumably African boys undergoing what appears to be some kind of torturous martial arts exercise that is clearly causing them extreme discomfort has now gone viral under the heading “Chinese evil imperialism in Africa.”

The social video now has more than 8 million views, mostly on Twitter.  The video was posted by Rukiye Turdush, a Canadian-based Xinjiang activist and self-described “enemy of China.” 

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