In the Taoist monastery in China's Shandong province, there are 558 plaques with the names of people who died during the coronavirus pandemic. Coronavirus whistleblower Dr. Li Wenliang was one of those who spread the devastating effects of the disease on people in China and the world. Standing in a neat row in a room on the hillside, I saw a row of plaques, each bearing the name of a person who died at the coronation. There were a number of carefully displayed plaques, all of which were inscribed with their names and sacrifices.
China's Liang believes he is the only such collection associated with Taoism and Buddhism, and commemorations on this scale are unusual. China Liang believed he was the first and only one of his kind in the world and was associated only with such collections in both Taoist Buddhism. An act of remembrance on this scale is unusual, but China and Liang believe that they are the only such collection that is linked in both Taoist Buddhism and China.
Liang explained that Taoism in the officially approved religion of Buddhism uses plaques to give souls a place of rest after death, while in its traditional form, it uses the plaque as a symbol of the death of a soul. Taoism (Daoism) is a philosophy - or reversed religion - that has tens of millions of followers in China and is one of the most popular officially approved religions in China. It has had and continues to have a great influence on world religions such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism, and it has had and still has official influence in many other countries and regions.
Xinyang Prefecture has developed its own version of Taoism as the city's official religion. The city is located in the south - east of China's capital Beijing and is the second largest city in China after Shanghai.
According to the 2010 census, Uighurs make up 46% of the province's population, the rest being a small minority, such as Kazakhs and Kyrgyz. In addition, the city has a large number of ethnic minorities, most notably the Han Chinese. This means that about half of all Ughur households have a "Han Chinese spy" (indoctrinator) assigned to them.
In Hotan and Kashgar, masts with perhaps eight or ten video cameras stand at distances of 100 to 200 meters above the road, with a more finely grained surveillance network. In butchers "shops and restaurants across Xinjiang, kitchen knives chained to the walls, weapons used in a variety of crimes including murder, rape, robbery and other crimes can be seen.
The UN has called on China to release all those arbitrarily detained, while the US government is reportedly considering criminal charges against "Chinese officials and companies involved in the construction of the camps," according to the New York Times. As reports mount, China's counter-terrorism efforts have come under increasing scrutiny following ethnic unrest in 2009. Beijing has come under criticism for its "re-education" archipelago, which has added islands even faster than the South China Sea, and as a result more camps have been set up.
At a UN panel discussion last month, Hu Lianhe, a representative of the Chinese delegation, went so far as to call the vocational training centers "vacation centers," saying that there was "a clear link between the construction of these centers and the re-education of ethnic minorities in the region."
China's social media is accused of profiting from donations and "trying to spread religion," according to a report by China Daily.
So far, this ambivalence has not seriously weakened support for the Han, and the matter is with the government in Beijing. GmbH (FTM) is a major manufacturer and exporter of mining equipment based in Zhengzhou, Henan, China. Xingyang Mining Machinery Factory is located on the 310 National Road, opposite Zhejiang - Zhenjiang Railway Station in Yarkand City. Hasan's hometown of Yarksand is as much a part of China as it is an empty, scattered place. It is an empty and remote place, but here Hasan lives and works with his family, his wife and his two children.
The Han Chinese consider themselves builders of a modern economy in the desert and mountains, but not so much in Yarkand City.
Moreover, many influential people in Chinese history were or are from Xingyang. For example, Liu was deputy director of a large local market, who died after working 20 days in a row as deputy director of the largest local markets. In addition, Xedyang considers people with surnames Zheng (Zheng Shi) to be the most important people in China's history, as well as the people of Yarkand.
Hasan was born in Yarkand, a city in southern Xinjiang, and moved to the provincial capital of Urumqi to sell jade shoes and learn more about Islam after his father's death. He was a member of the Uighurs (Turkmen) who disappeared from Xinwei, China's northwestern province.