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   KASHGAR, China – A Han Chinese tourist photographs a Uighur family in their traditional home in Kashgar, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. This family had passed down their home for three hundred years, the mother said. Many of the Uighurs, a minority Muslim group that is concentrated in Xinjiang, complain that state-driven development and Han migration are threatening their cultural tradition. Most of the traditional homes in this neighborhood have already been demolished to make room for modern urban structures, the residents forcefully relocated to apartments on the outskirts of Kashgar. While authorities note that the apartments have better amenities and provide for a higher standard of living, Uighur residents often say they would rather keep their family homes. (October 2015)
       
     
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   KASHGAR, China – A Han Chinese tourist photographs a Uighur family in their traditional home in Kashgar, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. This family had passed down their home for three hundred years, the mother said. Many of the Uighurs, a minority Muslim group that is concentrated in Xinjiang, complain that state-driven development and Han migration are threatening their cultural tradition. Most of the traditional homes in this neighborhood have already been demolished to make room for modern urban structures, the residents forcefully relocated to apartments on the outskirts of Kashgar. While authorities note that the apartments have better amenities and provide for a higher standard of living, Uighur residents often say they would rather keep their family homes. (October 2015)
       
     

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