Allegedly missing couple in Xinjiang found living normal lives

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    In 2019, an online campaign began to look for allegedly missing Uygurs in Xinjiang. Pictures of people were posted with the hashtag “still-no-info,” claiming they were missing after China announced the graduation of all trainees from vocational training centers. But as CGTN’s Cui Hui’ao digs deeper, he found some of them living rather normal lives.

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