Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
On June 16th, 2021, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region held a special press conference on Xinjiang related issues, inviting six representatives of ethnic groups from places like Aksu, Altay, Kizilsu Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture and Karamay. On the spot, they will use their personal experiences and present life to utter their voices and refute the lies relating Xinjiang, such as “forced labor” and “racial extinction”.
Elijan Anayat: Greetings, friends from the media! Thanks for presenting the press conference on Xinjiang related issues held by Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. I’m the spokesman of the People’s Government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Elijan Anayat, spokesman of People’s Government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region answers questions at the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Recently, the anti-China and hostile forces in the U.S. and the West have made rumors like “forced labor”, “racial extinction”, as well as “setting up concentration camps and imprisoning and persecuting ethnic groups” and “setting up boarding schools to practice large-scale custody”. Facing this, people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang have expressed their anger and firm opposition.
Today, we have invited Atikam Parhat, the owner of a barbecue restaurant in Kuche City of Aksu Prefecture, Kulayhan Simayi, a teacher of Tiereketi Township Primary School in Habahe County of Altay Prefecture, Rozi Aziz, the owner of Sakagu Community Gourmet Store in Kuche City of Aksu Prefecture, Abliz Imit, a worker of Chenghang Vehicle Service Center in Fuyun County of Altay Prefecture, Zulpunur Nurmamat, a community cadre in Dushanzi District of Karamay City, Arzigul Tubkaili a worker of Xinjiang Zijin Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd., to talk about their personal experiences and real life.
Religious extremism is a cancer, but it misleads people to believe “chanting scriptures instead of seeing a doctor if you’re sick”. Atikam who once was a patient was convinced by such lies and she even put her daughter who was merely seven days old to the edge of death. She was “cured” by the vocational education and training center. Besides, she got a chance to work in the village clinic. She then discovered that the problem of having trouble in curing sickness and paying for the treatment had become a problem of the past as the level of basic medical service was improved. The beneficial medical policy of the Party and the government had guaranteed the people's right to life, health and development! Now, let’s welcome the graduate student of Kuche City’s vocational education and training center, Atikam Parhat, to talk about her own story.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Atikam Parhat speaks at the the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Atikam Parhat: Hello everyone! My name is Atikam Parhat and I’m from Kuche City in Aksu Prefecture. I was a student of the vocational education and training center. I learned about law, culture, the standard spoken and written Chinese language as well as some medical knowledge in the vocational education and training center. After graduation, I came to the clinic of Akekule Village in Tarim Township and helped the village doctor with reception and treatment.
But once upon a time, under the influence of extreme religious thoughts, I foolishly thought that "if you are sick, you don't have to go to the hospital to see a doctor, but if you read the Scriptures, you can be cured. When a woman is sick, she can't be felt pulse by a doctor or get his fluoroscopy, which will expose her body. The medical equipment in the government hospital is not halal. When one is seriously ill, he can't be given blood transfusion or medicine, because blood and medicine are not halal at all. " I was so extreme that I forced my family not to go to the supermarket run by Han people to buy toothbrushes, soap, towels and other daily necessities, thinking that those items were not halal. I didn’t allow my relatives to sing and dance at the wedding, and I forced my parents into illegal religious activities. I became more and more extremely terrible and almost lost my daughter...
It was in 2013. My daughter was only seven days old and had severe diarrhea and dehydration. I felt that if I asked someone to chant scriptures, her illness would soon get better... A few days later, chanting scriptures did not cure my daughter's illness, and her health condition became worse. The family couldn't bear watching it any more. They quickly picked up my daughter who was in coma and went to the hospital. The doctor said my daughter had enteritis and was seriously dehydrated. The doctor told me: "How come you were a mother like this? Serious dehydration is life-threatening for adults , let alone to a small child, do you want this child to live or not?" Fortunately, my poor daughter was finally saved, but because of my absurd behavior, my daughter did not have the happiness of childhood. My happy family was broken, and my husband and I got divorced.
My family was increasingly concerned about me, and I was more and more miserable. I was at the edge of giving up myself. Later, under the persuasion of my family, I came to the vocational education and training center to study. In here, my life had a new change.
The vocational education and training center was just a school. Through my study, I realized the harm of extreme religious thoughts and how much harm I had brought to my family and daughter. Gradually, I became more and more positive. I started to love to talk, love to laugh, and eager to learn, I was determined to correct my previous mistakes.
After graduation from the vocational education and training center, I came to the supermarket opened by my parents to help. When the community cadres were visiting us, they said to me, "Atikam, how's your business recently? Are your parents OK? If you have any difficulty, please tell us in time! You can speak Mandarin and diligent. Do you want to work in clinic in our neighboring village?” Right upon hearing their words out, I cried excitedly. I didn't expect that the Party and the government didn't abandon me even I once strayed away!
After getting to my position, I rushed to the clinic every morning, cleaning up the diagnosis room, the therapeutic room, the disposal room and the pharmacy. Then I prepared breakfast for patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. In Xinjiang, these patients can be treated free of charge in designated hospitals. There are free breakfast every day, including an egg, a bag of milk and a package of biscuits to help them improve their immunity. What made me happy the most was that after treatment the last patient with pulmonary tuberculosis was cured!
Since 2016, Xinjiang has launched the national health examination project for all people. Urban and rural residents could have a free physical examination every year. Under the protection of all kinds of medical policies that benefit the people, their disease could be diagnosed and treated in time when they had it. The serious diseases could be treated. The chronic diseases could be contracted, and there was no need to struggle with minor diseases or delay serious diseases any more. We are very grateful to the Party and the government.
Now I have left the clinic temporarily because my child is young and needs attentive care. But I still rely on diligence and hard work, running a barbecue shop, living a simple but happy life. I owe all this to the help of the Party and the government. When I heard that some ill-disposed people stigmatized the vocational education and training center as a "concentration camp" which had forced sterilization of women. It was totally nonsense and I was so angry! If I had forced sterilization. How could I bear my child?! My personal experience is the best proof that the vocational education and training center has saved many people like me who are infected by extreme religious ideas and it has changed my life!
Elijan Anayat: Thanks Atikam Parhat for sharing. Adrian Zenz the German said in his Xinjiang related research report that "the purpose of setting up boarding schools in Xinjiang is to carry out ‘large-scale custody’ ". The truth is that the establishment of boarding schools in Xinjiang has nothing to do with deradicalization. Xinjiang has a vast land, and the distance between villages and towns is relatively huge. It is very inconvenient for students to go to school, and it is a heavy burden for parents to pick up their children to and from school. Next, let's invite Kulayhan Simayi, a primary school teacher in Tiereketi Township, Habahe County, Altay Prefecture, to tell her story.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Kulayhan Simayi speaks at the the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Kulayhan Simayi: Hello everyone! My name is Kulayhan Simayi and I’m 30 years old now. After my graduation from college, I became a teacher at Tiereketi Township Central Primary School in Habahe County of Altay Prefecture.
The Tiereketi Township Central Primary School that I’m in is a boarding school. It’s located in a beautiful Baihaba scenic spot. At present, there are 126 students in the school. Students of Han, Uygur, Kazak, Hui, Mongolian and other nationalities study and live together. Among them, 36 children are living far away from school, so parents choose to let their children live in school. Children can eat delicious food at school and have more time to play with their peers, so they all like to live in school.
My own primary school and junior high school were in the Animal Husbandry boarding school in Sartamu Township of Habahe County. In 2008, I was admitted to the Senior High School of Habahe County. The school was more than ten kilometers away from home. When I came into the dormitory with my luggage, I found that my roommates were of different nationalities. Soon we became good friends. We cared and helped each other, and we encouraged each other in study and made progress together. Teachers treated us boarders just like their own children. In their spare time, they helped us with our lessons in person. I remember when I was in the second year in the senior high school, I had a fever. When my classmates found it and told Miss Li who rushed to the dormitory immediately. After measuring my body temperature, Miss Li was startled - 39 degrees. She immediately sent me to the hospital for registration and make the payment. At that time, I felt that she was like my mother, taking good care of me. Through this, I had a deeper understanding of the profession of teachers. I also set up a goal of being a teacher in the future.
Even if the Tiereketi Township Central Primary School is located in the mountainous area of the border, still our country has offered great support to it. In recent years, great changes have taken place in the infrastructure and school running conditions here, with spacious teaching buildings, dormitory buildings, standard stadiums, modern teaching equipment and various functional classrooms. The children receive various education policies that benefit the people. Their tuition, books, and accommodation are free. Boarding students and non-boarding students with financial difficulties are endowed with allowance and subsidies. During the break between classes, each child have free milk, bread, yogurt, dried fruit and other nutritious meals. While at school, parents can visit their children, and children can also contact their parents by telephone. Every Friday, the school arranges a school bus to send their children home.
Our school has set up interest classes such as football, Rubik's cube and dance. Our school's student football team and taekwondo team went out of the mountain to compete with children from all over the country and achieved excellent performance. Now I am not only a teacher but also a friend of my students. I care about my students as much as Miss Li did at the beginning and accompany them to grow up happily.
From myself to my students, it is entirely up to the students themselves and their parents to choose whether they live in the school or not. None of the children is forced to live in the school. In the school, students' food and accommodation are well guaranteed. Adrian Zenz the German said that we set up boarding schools to implement the "large-scale custody". This is completely lie and a great distortion of reality!
Elijan Anayat: Thanks Kulayhan Simayi for sharing. In Xinjiang, national unity is the lifeline for people of all ethnic groups. Since 2016, Xinjiang has launched the "National Unity, One Family" project and the activities for promoting national unity and friendship. 1.2 million cadres and more than 1.6 million people of all ethnic groups have paired up and mutually recognized the other side as their relatives. They come and visit each other to deepen mutual understanding and enhance the tie. They represent the strong tie and mutual assistance. The sister Peng Ping, a paired relative of Rozi Aziz, is the strong backing for him to resist religious extremism and pursue a happy life. Now, let’s welcome Rozi Aziz, a graduate of Kuche City’s vocational education and training center in Aksu Prefecture, to tell his own story.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Rozi Aziz speaks at the the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Rozi Aziz: Hello everyone! My name is Rozi Aziz and I’m from Sakagu Community of Wuqia Town in Kuche City. In our town, every June and July is a good time for the flowers of pomegranate to blossom. When the fruit is harvested in Autumn, pomegranate seeds embrace each other, as if all nationalities are closely united.
I have a good sister, Peng Ping, who works in Kuche City’s Finance Bureau. When my sister finished her work of “Fanghuiju” campaign in the village, my wife and I went to her place.
"Sister, thank you for taking care of us and helping us for the past two years." My wife and I gratefully said. When we took out the banners and flowers prepared in advance, as well as the carefully selected shirt for her, she was about to burst into tears.
We knew each other in 2018.
At that time, I was studying in the vocational education and training center. My sister was a Baolian cadre of our family. She often visited my home and took special care of our family.
One day, my eldest daughter got allergic purpura, which was very serious. My wife was scared. The first thing she thought of was sister Peng. Then my wife called her and she immediately transferred 500 yuan to her. She also said: "Don't worry. Now when you see a doctor, you pay after treatment. Let’s save the child first. I'll take care of other things."
After that, sister Peng came to our home every day to help us find a hospital in Urumqi. Sister Peng and her colleagues donated 4,500 yuan to my daughter. My wife took the money and cried so much that she couldn't speak. With the help of sister Peng, my daughter soon went back to school.
Sister Peng is like a ray of sunshine, which gives us a lot of warmth. After I graduated from the vocational education and training center, sister Peng knew that I had learned cookery in school, so she helped me find place to open a restaurant. She ran about to help me. I was moved, so I assured her: "Sister, don't worry, I will do a good job! I'm still young and I’ll try to live a good life with both hands! "
After the barbecue restaurant opened, I managed it well and earned more and more money. My life has thus become better and better. When my family moved to a new house, sister Peng gave us a load of furniture. She said: "Since you call me as the elder sister, I am a lifelong relative to you. My younger brother has lived in a new house. I am very happy!" At that moment, I was particularly moved. I was happy to look at the new furniture at home for several days and I was feeling very lucky.
Looking back, I participated in some illegal religious activities and I didn't associate with the Han people. I also did not buy things made by Han people. And I indoctrinated religious extremism into my relatives and friends, treated the Han people as "heretics". I regret it very much. Now, the No. 1 community where I live often carries out ethnic unity and fellowship activities. All ethnic groups can eat delicious food, sing and dance together. And we laugh happily.
I was especially glad to take the initiative to go to the vocational education and training center. In the vocational education and training center, I learned the standard spoken and written Chinese language, law and some skills. I not only realized the harm of religious extremism, but also felt the warmth that I had never felt before. The care and love from school teachers, village cadres and sister Peng Ping for me and my family melted my frozen heart and I felt that I was pulled back from the dark abyss. As a matter of fact, we all live in the big family of the Chinese nation. And no matter which ethnic group you belong to, we are all Chinese people.
Recently some Western politicians have labeled the vocational education and training center as "the concentration camp". I want to tell those falsifiers with my own personal experience that the vocational education and training center is just a school. If we can make ourselves master of one or two vocational skills, we can improve the conditions at home and get rid of poverty. How can you stigmatize those things that benefits the people as the extermination of the Uygur? You are simply distorting the facts with evil intention!
Elijan Anayat: Thank you Rozi Aziz for sharing us. Some Western media and politicians have accused Xinjiang of "genocide" and "forced sterilization" in disregard of the facts. The fact is that people of all ethnic groups endow full reproductive rights in accordance with the law. The state protects pregnant women and newborns in various aspects such as pregnancy examination and vaccination, and also protects the rights of women and children. Zulpunur Nurmamat was a beneficiary of these policies, and now she and her children live a happy life. Let's invite Zulpunur Nurmamat who comes from Dushanzi District, Karamay City to tell her story.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Zulpunur Nurmamat speaks at the the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Zulpunur Nurmamat: Hello everyone, my name is Zulpunur Nurmamat. I'm 35 years old. I am a lively and cheerful mother who loves to laugh. I was born in an ordinary Uygur family in Dushanzi District, Karamay City, Xinjiang Province in 1986. I grew up under the care of my parents and received a good education.
I got married in October 2010. After getting married, my grandmother suddenly suffered from cerebral hemorrhage. After hearing this news, I was very sad. Because I was pregnant at that time and this was my first baby. I wanted to take care of my grandmother, but I couldn't do that. I watched my mother work so hard that I thought when I gave birth to the child, if my child is sick, should I also have to take care of my child just like my mother? Early in my pregnancy, I began to worry about who will take care of me when I gave birth? And what about my job?
My husband saw me depressed, so he comforted me: “It's OK, I'm here with you.” Later, when he told the leader about the situation of our family, the cadre said with a smile to my husband: "Young man, if your wife gives birth and you will have a paternity leave." Then we gradually learned that women who gave birth could have free childbirth examinations, receive folic acid and other medicines. They can also be endowed with maternity leave, pay normal wages during maternity leave and pay "five social insurance and one housing fund" and "maternity insurance" normally.
After my first baby was born, the staff of the health center visited our house regularly to check on the health of the baby and me. And the baby was also given free vaccinations on a regular basis.
In 2013, my husband and I planned to have a second child, because my son often told me that he wanted a younger brother or sister to play with him. Otherwise he would be too lonely by himself. Upon hearing our son's words, we decided to add a lovely baby to our sweet family. When I prepared for pregnancy, I was endowed with the national free pre-pregnancy physical examination, this examination saved 700 yuan to me. During my pregnancy, the staff of the community and the maternity and child health center followed me up every month to publicize the knowledge of health care during pregnancy and childbirth. After my child was born, they sent me a warm reminder card to tell me how to get various benefits.
Now both of my children go to primary school for free . They grow up happily and healthily around me. I am a community worker. I serve the grass roots. I hope I can use my experience and the benefits I really enjoy to infect everyone, so that everyone can live a happy life just like me.
Some foreign anti-China forces fabricated the so-called "genocide" and "forced sterilization" in Xinjiang. I want to tell them through my own experience and those people around me that we are free to have children. If we are "sterilized", how can I have two children? Besides, my husband and I are planning to have a third child. They just don't want us to live a good life. The Uygur people have a saying: Throw a stone up and watch your head. Those who spread rumors overseas and smear Xinjiang, please stop being blind and be careful otherwise the stone will hit your head!
Elijan Anayat: Thanks Zulpunur Nurmamat for her story. A few countries in the US and the West have not only made groundless accusations like "forced labor" in Xinjiang, but also introduced relevant bills to restrict exports of products from Xinjiang and launched unreasonable sanctions against relevant industries in Xinjiang. In fact, the Chinese government always attaches great importance to the protection of workers' rights and interests and opposes forced labor in any form. In Xinjiang, people of all ethnic groups enjoy the right to work independently and choose their own jobs freely. The right of equal pay for equal work is guaranteed for employees, regardless of ethnicity or gender Abliz Imit who works in Fuyun County has a deep understanding of this. He shifted jobs and increased income with his own hands and lived a happy life. Please invite Abliz Imit who works in Fuyun County Chenghang Automobile Service Center of Altay Prefecture to tell his story.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Abliz Imit speaks at the the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Abliz Imit: Hello everyone, my name is Abliz Imit. I'm 21 years old. My hometown is the Koshkrik Village of Yawa Township, Moyu County, Hotan Prefecture. I'm the second child in my family. My elderly brother works in Urumqi, and my younger brother is at school. Both of my parents are farmers.
After graduating from junior high school, I went to the Xinjiang Water Conservatory and Hydropower School in Urumqi to study and learned the technology of electricity supply. After my graduation, I returned to Moyu County. In March 2020, I heard that I could work in Altay and the salary was ideal. So I took the initiative to sign up.
The first day I came to Fuyun County, I lived in a clean and tidy dormitory. Those slippers, washbasins, towels, toothbrushes and other daily necessities had been put neatly, the sheets and bedding were all new. In the evening, the restaurant cook the pilaf, and I ate 2 bowls at a stretch. I originally thought that the conditions are very difficult. I didn't think it was so good to go out to work, I also could take a bath in the dormitory, and I felt very happy. I called my parents and told them that the place where the government arranged for me to work was very good. There were delicious food, good living environment and good people.
Now I work in the Cheng Hang Automobile Service Center of Fuyun County, Altay Prefecture and already signed the labor contract. My salary is 3,500 yuan a month with overtime payment, monthly vacation and paid leave. I also have benefits in festivals such as Spring Festival and Corban Festival. The company also organized us to travel to Kanas and Keketuohai scenic spots, especially to go skiing at Keketuohai International Ski Resort in winter. All of these made me feel great.
"Abliz Imit is a young man who works very diligently. He is handsome and earnest. He also studies hard. When he doesn't understand something, he will humbly ask the teachers for advice..." This is what my leaders and colleagues said about me. Whenever someone asks the situation of my employment in Altay, I will remember the comment and help of my leaders and colleagues, my face will put on a happy smile. I will proudly tell them: I am great! Every month I can send money home. My Mom and Dad are very happy, the life of my family has improved a lot. Now we have a big TV and a big refrigerator. My family and I live a happy and fulfilling life.
I think life won’t live up to everyone who works hard. Diligent and simple parents sent me to school so that I could learn knowledge and technology. They also educated us that we have to rely on industrious hands to create a better life. Now with the transfer of employment, I personally understand the importance of studying hard and working hard. I have calculated by myself that every month I work in Chenghang Automobile Service Center, I can get 3,500 yuan a month, including the social insurance and the medical insurance. I don't spend a cent on food and accommodation, water, electricity and heating every month. I feel that I am very contented now.
Over a year of work, I have fallen in love with Fuyun County, I love the mountains and rivers here. I love the warm-hearted people here. My present life plan is to learn solid techniques of automobile decoration, car maintenance and repairing techniques. So I can earn more money to buy a house, bring my parents and my beloved girl a better life.
Some western media lie about the "forced labor" problem in Xinjiang. It's ridiculous. I can tell them with my own experience that there is no such thing as forced labor in Xinjiang. The people of Xinjiang have created a happy life with their own hands. They will never be allowed to smear my hometown!
Elijan Anayat: Thank you, Abliz Imit, for the story. Xinjiang will continue to respect workers' wishes as an important basis for formulating employment policies, expanding employment channels, exploring employment positions, conducting employment training and providing employment services. It regards employment as the most important project for people's livelihood, public support and foundation. The government constantly improves the policy system for employment and entrepreneurship. People of all ethnic groups can find jobs in various forms, creating a happy situation in which every family has access to work. And everyone has something to do, and every household has an income. Arzigul Tubkali from Croatia has increased her income and raised the living standard of her family through employment. Now let's invite Arzigul Tubkali to tell her story.
Photo taken on June 16, 2021 shows Arzigul Tubkali speaks at the the 42nd Press Conference on Xinjiang-related Issues in Urumqi, capital of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Photo by Xinjiang Daily/ Tang Yong
Arzigul Tubkali: My name is Arzigul Tubkali , I’m Kirgiz. I am 32 years old. I come from Wuqia County, Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture of Kizilsu Prefecture, Xinjiang.
In March 2018, I came to work in Qiati Village, Wuhe Shalu Township. Later, I quit my job and became a housewife to take care of my child. So my husband was the only earner in the family. When the child was one year old, the family's financial pressure was increasing, so I thought I should help the family share some of the pressure.
In February 2019, I saw that Xinjiang Zijin Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. was recruiting on the Internet, so I decided to sign up for the recruitment exam. Everything went well during the interview and I was hired as the main control operator in the company's chemical water workshop.
Now I have been working in Zijin Nonferrous Metals co., LTD. in Xinjiang more than two years. The company treated employees well. Staff clothes and basic daily necessities are free of charge. Apart from the five social insurance and one housing fund, I can get 4,500 yuan a month. On every holiday, the company also sent festival bonus of 300-500 yuan. At the end of the year, the company gives each employee a performance bonus according to his output value. In addition, the company also provides us with the staff canteen and a single dormitory which likes a standard hotel room, equipped with TV, air conditioning, wireless Internet, water heater and so on. In the company canteen, the company respects the eating habits of our minority employees. There are ramen, pilaf, rice soup, Samsa, naan, milk tea and other meals. Fruits are provided for each meal. Our diet is both rich and nutritious. Our company also has a gym, library, billiards room and so on. Our entertainment life is also very plentiful and it can protect the rights and interests of our staff.
Before I started working here, I worked at home farming, herding sheep, cooking and taking care of the children. I couldn’t earn much money all the year round. Now I have been working in the company for two years. With the money I earned, I bought a car, a big TV, a refrigerator, a washing machine and other home appliances for our new house, and I also bought furniture and home appliances for my parents and mother-in-law. Now our life is getting better and better.
As for the Western anti-China forces' lies and slander of "forced labor" in Xinjiang, I can confidently say that you are just talking nonsense. I went to find the job and had the interview on my own and I was never forced by anyone. I just want to through my own efforts to improve the family's income and life. The local firms minority staff care and support us. I feel very happy. Those people who talk nonsense should shut up and no more rumors. Now I'd like you to watch a video of my previous job.
Elijan Anayat: Thank you, Arzigul Tubkali, for sharing. The above six speakers shared their learning and life experiences to tell us how they used their hands and skills to create a happy life. There are thousands of other examples like theirs in Xinjiang. Let's take a look at the following videos to understand the real living conditions of people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang.
This is the end of the press conference today. Thank you all for listening!