China-Employment/Xinjiang

All trainees graduate from vocational training centers in Xinjiang

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Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of workers at garment factory
2. Various of workers at automobile factory
3. Aerial shot of cityscape
4. Aerial shot of cityscape, traffic

Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Oct 16, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zulyat Smay, spokeswoman, Information Office of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region:
"All the trainees at the training centers have completed their studies and live normal lives."

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. Various of workers inspecting canned drinks on production line
7. Various of workers processing eggs
8. Aerial shot of factories
9. Various of workers processing Naan bread
10. Aerial shot of workers working in factory
11. Various of harvester reaping wheat

Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Oct 16, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
12. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Rehmanjan Dawut, head, Department of Human Resources and Social Security in Xinjiang:
"They will sign up voluntarily in terms of their own circumstances. They are free to choose where to go. They can freely choose enterprises and positions as they wish."

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Cosmetics on dresser
14. Various of Patigul Sayim, owner of beauty salon, dressing for woman
15. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Patigul Sayim, owner of beauty salon (ending with shot 16):
"(I) started a beauty salon. My current annual income has reached 200,000 yuan (around 29,860 U.S. dollars) now."
16. Various of stylist applying makeup on woman

Hotan Prefecture, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
17. Imin Tursun, local resident, looking at mobile phone with his wife
18. Mobile phone screen showing photos of Tursun's family
19. SOUNDBITE (Uyghur) Imin Tursun, local resident (starting with shots 17-18, partially overlaid with shot 20):
"In 2017, my second daughter went to another province to work for a year and earned some money. Our lives are much better. Last year, she found a job in a city outside Xinjiang and now earns 4,200 yuan a month. I'd never imagined she could earn that much there."
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20. Tursun feeding cows
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Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Oct 16, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
21. Press conference in progress
22. Various of reporters
23. Askhar Tursun, deputy head of Xinjiang's commerce department, speaking at press conference

Storyline


All trainees have graduated from vocational training centers in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local officials said at a press conference on Friday in the capital Urumqi.

Local officials spoke about how people's lives are improving through employment and fresh opportunities in the region. It comes after China released a white paper last month, titled "Employment and Labor Rights in Xinjiang," which has attracted the attention of foreign media.

Regarding vocational training centers set up in Xinjiang, they have been described as "camps" by the United States, but local officials refuted that claim, saying that all the trainees have successfully completed the program.

"All the trainees at the training centers have completed their studies and live normal lives," said Zulyat Smay, spokeswoman of the region's Information Office.

The white paper says that from 2014 to 2019, an average of nearly 1.3 million urban and rural workers underwent vocational training every year in Xinjiang.

Over the same period, the white paper says the total number of employed people in the region also increased by more than 17 percent. And that everyone can pursue their own paths.

"They will sign up voluntarily in terms of their own circumstances. They are free to choose where to go. They can freely choose enterprises and positions as they wish," said Rehmanjan Dawut, head of the region's human resources and social security department.

The white paper says local people have also seen an increase in their income.

"(I) started a beauty salon. My current annual income has reached 200,000 yuan (around 29,860 U.S. dollars) now," said Patigul Sayim, owner of a beauty salon.

"In 2017, my second daughter went to another province to work for a year and earned some money. Our lives are much better. Last year, she found a job in a city outside Xinjiang and now earns 4,200 yuan a month. I'd never imagined she could earn that much there," said Imin Tursun, resident of Hotan City in Xinjiang.

The white paper was published as the U.S. Congress passed a bill at the end of September banning all imported goods made in Xinjiang.

The bill passed unanimously and threatens sanctions on personnel and entities in China the U.S. suspects of using forced labor.

But like the white paper, officials in Xinjiang deny the allegations. During the press conference, they said those recently sanctioned by the U.S. are legally registered enterprises that respect the law.

The officials said there is no such thing as a "forced labor transfer program" in Xinjiang and they urge the U.S. to "respect the facts."

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  • Dateline : Oct 16, 2020/Recent
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  • Category : labour
  • Duration : 1'39
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China-Employment/Xinjiang

All trainees graduate from vocational training centers in Xinjiang

Dateline : Oct 16, 2020/Recent

Location : China

Duration : 1'39

  • English
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español


Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of workers at garment factory
2. Various of workers at automobile factory
3. Aerial shot of cityscape
4. Aerial shot of cityscape, traffic

Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Oct 16, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zulyat Smay, spokeswoman, Information Office of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region:
"All the trainees at the training centers have completed their studies and live normal lives."

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. Various of workers inspecting canned drinks on production line
7. Various of workers processing eggs
8. Aerial shot of factories
9. Various of workers processing Naan bread
10. Aerial shot of workers working in factory
11. Various of harvester reaping wheat

Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Oct 16, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
12. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Rehmanjan Dawut, head, Department of Human Resources and Social Security in Xinjiang:
"They will sign up voluntarily in terms of their own circumstances. They are free to choose where to go. They can freely choose enterprises and positions as they wish."

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Cosmetics on dresser
14. Various of Patigul Sayim, owner of beauty salon, dressing for woman
15. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Patigul Sayim, owner of beauty salon (ending with shot 16):
"(I) started a beauty salon. My current annual income has reached 200,000 yuan (around 29,860 U.S. dollars) now."
16. Various of stylist applying makeup on woman

Hotan Prefecture, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
17. Imin Tursun, local resident, looking at mobile phone with his wife
18. Mobile phone screen showing photos of Tursun's family
19. SOUNDBITE (Uyghur) Imin Tursun, local resident (starting with shots 17-18, partially overlaid with shot 20):
"In 2017, my second daughter went to another province to work for a year and earned some money. Our lives are much better. Last year, she found a job in a city outside Xinjiang and now earns 4,200 yuan a month. I'd never imagined she could earn that much there."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
20. Tursun feeding cows
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China - Oct 16, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
21. Press conference in progress
22. Various of reporters
23. Askhar Tursun, deputy head of Xinjiang's commerce department, speaking at press conference


All trainees have graduated from vocational training centers in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local officials said at a press conference on Friday in the capital Urumqi.

Local officials spoke about how people's lives are improving through employment and fresh opportunities in the region. It comes after China released a white paper last month, titled "Employment and Labor Rights in Xinjiang," which has attracted the attention of foreign media.

Regarding vocational training centers set up in Xinjiang, they have been described as "camps" by the United States, but local officials refuted that claim, saying that all the trainees have successfully completed the program.

"All the trainees at the training centers have completed their studies and live normal lives," said Zulyat Smay, spokeswoman of the region's Information Office.

The white paper says that from 2014 to 2019, an average of nearly 1.3 million urban and rural workers underwent vocational training every year in Xinjiang.

Over the same period, the white paper says the total number of employed people in the region also increased by more than 17 percent. And that everyone can pursue their own paths.

"They will sign up voluntarily in terms of their own circumstances. They are free to choose where to go. They can freely choose enterprises and positions as they wish," said Rehmanjan Dawut, head of the region's human resources and social security department.

The white paper says local people have also seen an increase in their income.

"(I) started a beauty salon. My current annual income has reached 200,000 yuan (around 29,860 U.S. dollars) now," said Patigul Sayim, owner of a beauty salon.

"In 2017, my second daughter went to another province to work for a year and earned some money. Our lives are much better. Last year, she found a job in a city outside Xinjiang and now earns 4,200 yuan a month. I'd never imagined she could earn that much there," said Imin Tursun, resident of Hotan City in Xinjiang.

The white paper was published as the U.S. Congress passed a bill at the end of September banning all imported goods made in Xinjiang.

The bill passed unanimously and threatens sanctions on personnel and entities in China the U.S. suspects of using forced labor.

But like the white paper, officials in Xinjiang deny the allegations. During the press conference, they said those recently sanctioned by the U.S. are legally registered enterprises that respect the law.

The officials said there is no such thing as a "forced labor transfer program" in Xinjiang and they urge the U.S. to "respect the facts."

ID : 8161995

Published : 2020-10-18 07:35

Last Modified : 2020-10-18 21:28:25

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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