Worth a Look: Q. Sakamaki in Xinjiang

It is always a pleasure to see new work from Q. Sakamaki, and Time.com has just published his essay from the Chinese province of Xinjiang, which saw unrest recently between the Uighur population and the growing community of Han Chinese. “The Shifting Sands of Xinjiang”.
Uighurs wait for customers for their donkey carts at Melikawat Ancient Ruins in the southern suburb of Hotan. (c) Q. Sakamaki / Redux

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