Exposed: China’s Operating Manuals for Mass Internment and Arrest by AlgorithmNovember 24, 2019
[R]esearchers and journalists have uncovered a vast system of forced labor across the region, concentrated in textiles and other consumer goods manufacturing. The manual mentions additional facilities for former camp detainees that appear to support these reports. “All students who have completed initial training will be sent to vocational skills improvement class for intensive skills training for a school term of 3 to 6 months,” the manual reads. “All prefectures should set up special places and special facilities in order to create the environment for trainees to receive intensive training” . . . The directives support reports that detainees are sent from camps to job sites under constant police watch.