How I Survived a Chinese 'Re-education' Camp: A Uyghur Woman's Story
Gulbahar Haitiwaji, Rozenn Morgat
Hardback, 280 pages
For three years, Gulbahar Haitiwaji disappeared into a secret network of jails. Now, she is the first female Uyghur survivor to give a connected and revealing account of life inside China's brainwashing 're-education' camps. Her account reads like a modern version of 1984.
It tells the story of a woman confronted by an all-powerful state bent on crushing her spirit - and her struggle for freedom and dignity. This rare portrait of China's gulag is visceral and internationally important.