Watch: Isobel Yeung’s documentary on China’s Uighur camps

China has been accused of detaining over a million people without trial in camps in Xinjiang province. In DG #35 we spoke with Vice News reporter Isobel Yeung, who took on the riskiest of journalistic assignments – going undercover in Xinjiang province in northwest China to search for evidence of what she believes is a campaign of ethnic cleansing. You can watch Yeung’s extraordinary documentary below and for the full interview get yourself a copy of the issue here.

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