Hey everyone, you may know me as u/HAMSTERSRULE111 and its been along time since I have posted back at GenZedong and first time posting here, and during my absence I have become more anxious over my attempts to verify MSM claims about China, worried that my findings might not be credible, contain logical fallacies, or might be to inconclusive. I’m no expert in investigation, just someone who wants to find the truth. This greatly discouraged me from researching MSM claims about China… Until now. Please read my findings below and my concerns, and please comment any issue with them. Thank you.


Aside from a handful of testifiers[1], there as been a strange lack of a mass refugee crisis coming from Xinjiang. What I define by “mass refugee crisis” is that during a genocide, the persecuted tend to leave in a mass exodus. For example, 780,000 ethnic Rohingya fled to Bangladesh to escape persecution in Myanmar[2]. However, there have only been a miniscule amount of asylum seekers from China in the countries that border Xinjiang. [3]

Country - Amount of asylum applicants from China from 2017 to 2021 according to The UN Refugee Agency

Kazakhstan [4] - 23

Kyrgyzstan [5]- 5

Pakistan [6] - 18

Tajikistan - N/A

An explanation given is that the Chinese Government had made it difficult for ethnic minorities to leave China in 2016 - 2017[7].

However, sources I have found from the Kazakhstani Government do not seem to support this allegation. They seem to indicate that thousands of ethnic minorities most potentially being ethnic Kazakhs migrating into Kazakhstan from China from the years of 2017 to 2021 supposedly when the Xinjiang Crackdown is in effect[8]


First source is “External migration by country” from Stat.gov.kz. Specifically " Number of arrivals to the Republic of Kazakhstan by country of arrival"[9].

Using the data of this table, we can make a line graph of migrants entering Kazakhstan from other countries.

Legend: Blue - China, Orange - Mongolia, Yellow - Turkmenistan, Green - Uzbekistan, Violet - Russia

Without Russia and Uzbekistan

China only

(Do note the years of 2016 - 2021 saw a lower amount of migrants relative to the years prior, and some unexpected increases can happen ex: Mongolia from 3,706 to 7,438 and finally 3,502 people in just three years respectively)

Although, this graph is not incredibly useful on it’s own since it does not show the ethnic composition of the migrants. Which is where the second source comes in[10].

It is connected to the first source except it allows us to view the ethnicity[11] of migrants entering Kazakhstan[12].

The table reveals that only a small mount of ethnic Chinese had migrated to Kazakhstan compared to the amount of arrivals from China.

Charts below assume that all the Ethnic Chinese had migrated from China

In 2017 - 2021 alone, only 59 ethnic Chinese had migrated to Kazakhstan, while 7,673 people had arrived from China. Which could mean that around 7,614 people who arrived from China are from an ethnic minority. Most likely ethnic Kazakhs since Kazakhstan has a campaign to re-immigrate overseas Kazakhs, and at least 13.2% of returning Kazakhs since 1991 have arrived from China[13].


  • Sources from Kazakhstan do not seem to support the notion of a restriction of movement for ethnic minorities in China moving to Kazakhstan.

  • The only time that migration to Kazakhstan from China during 2017 to 2021 was at its lowest is in 2021 (Only 249 migrants).

  • The PRC confiscating passports in 2016 to 2017 does not appear to have any observable affect to migration to Kazakhstan. since the amount of people immigrating to Kazakhstan was 2,114 in 2016 and 3,015 in 2017 compared to only 630 in 2014 and 1,249 in 2015.

  • Most migrants from China to Kazakhstan are not Ethnic Chinese.

  1. https://shahit.biz/eng/#evidence ↩︎

  2. https://www.unrefugees.org/emergencies/rohingya/ ↩︎

  3. Note: These 4 countries are the most likely where refugees would escape through due to the large population density near them. ↩︎

  4. https://www.unhcr.org/refugee-statistics/download/?url=W9sU1n ↩︎

  5. https://www.unhcr.org/refugee-statistics/download/?url=KhSDd6 ↩︎

  6. https://www.unhcr.org/refugee-statistics/download/?url=YjdT1c ↩︎

  7. https://xinjiang.amnesty.org/ ↩︎

  8. Note: These findings do not verify whether or not Uyghurs can move abroad, however it is still important at verifying anti-China claims since Kazakhs are said to be persecuted too, and Amnesty International says most of it’s interviewees are Kazakhs. ↩︎

  9. https://stat.gov.kz/api/getFile/?docId=ESTAT418149&lang=en retrieved from https://stat.gov.kz/official/industry/61/statistic/8 ↩︎

  10. https://taldau.stat.gov.kz/kk/NewIndex/GetIndex/2929752?keyword= ↩︎

  11. Note: Refed to as “Nationality” or “ұлты” ↩︎

  12. Both sources have very correlative “Total/Everything (барлығы)” amounts, mostly likely being connected to one another. ↩︎

  13. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oralman https://www.gov.kz/memleket/entities/enbek/documents/details/12022?lang=kk https://www.bugin.kz/11353-koshi-qon-tauelsizdik-qansha-oralman-elge-oraldy ↩︎

Posted your thread over here too comrade: https://www.hexbear.net/post/220852

Deserves to be seen by more. I think you should consider hitting /r/socialism, /r/shitliberalssay and a few other spaces with it.


With respect comrade that’s a 2 day old thread nobody is going to see it there. Reddit works in like 24 hour cycles anything older than a day is dead. You have to either make a new thread (probably not going to work in SLS really) or get it seen in a fresh thread that’s transitioning into the #1 thread of the day.


Yeah that kind of thing works. That post is probably unlikely to get the traction needed but it’s the kind of method that can be used to put content like this into a space like SLS. Unfortunately it’s got the right userbase that needs to see it but a difficult format to get it in front of them. The others should be somewhat easier, /r/asktankies and /r/socialism_101 ought to be fairly easy places to drop it as well, although in the latter you’ll get some libs.

Either way more eyes means more potential someone spreads it and more potential someone that has an interest in checking your work more critically will do so. /r/sino has potential too but I’d check in with their mods about it first as they have some fairly strong moderation and will likely be on-guard.


Maybe I should post it to /r/socialism_101 cuz I want to see some non-Tankie perspectives. Also, should it be posted to Moon of Alabama?


I don’t think Moon has a subreddit and I’m not familiar enough with their site to know whether posting to them is even a thing other than in their comments sections. I wouldn’t think it would reach many people in random comment sections though.


My primary concerns about my findings whether or not Kazakhstani sources are reliable or not since its government is known to have a lot of corruption and close ties to China, so some might say that the Kazakhstani government was faking statistics or was forced to by China. That’s all, and thank you for reading. (Also, there might be grammatical errors since I had to retype the whole post again because I accidentally deleted several times)

The only counter I can think of is that the government lied or was pressured to by China as you said. I can’t imagine that Uyghurs or Kazakhs could not escape the huge rural xinjiang provicoe without one or two countries reporting any influx in migrants though. Or even by plane like that Uyghurs girl who’s passport got renued during the time she was supposedly in a concentration camp

A possible counter argument against the potential “China pressured Kazakhstan” argument is that would the Chinese government even care about some statistics that could prove Anti-China claims if the Kazakhstani government itself doesn’t condemn China. (The Kazakhstani government seems to be neutral on Xinjiang).

God yeah the whole thing is ridiculous. none of the central Asian or majority Muslim countries have “stood up” against the “genocide” but I’m glad that people are looking for quantifiable facts

The lying scumbag you’re referencing is probably Tursunay Ziyawudun

Thanks yeah that’s her

How many times wi she change her story!

I love when they do that, makes their intentions so obvious

BTW. do you have any idea where else I can post my new findings to. There does not seem to be a lot of people in Genzedong…

There aren’t that many users here yet; Hexbear is much more popular. R*ddit is probably your best bet if you want many people to see it, but you probably won’t be able to post it to liberal communities without being banned. I saw your post in /r/socialism_101 but I’d recommend including the entire post, not just a link to Lemmygrad, because most people probably won’t follow it

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