What’s the real Xinjiang like? A New Zealander finds out in Kashgar

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Xinjiang has been in the news a lot lately, but you’re often better off visiting a place in person before making up your mind about it. That’s why Andy Boreham, a New Zealand vlogger, headed to the ancient city of Kashgar, in China’s far west, to take a look around.

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