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Adel.Uyghur
19-01-12, 05:37
Pakistani “businessmen” were allowed to smuggle out large numbers of antiques and eagles from Uyghur homeland in 1980s and 1990s. Hundreds of Pakistanis searched village to village and door to door to buy antiques such as pots, plates, coins and ancient carpets and rugs for 20 years. Innocent Uyghurs who did not know the real values of their antiques, because of the decades of isolation from the rest of the world, had been deceived by Pakistanis whose illegal businesses deliberately ignored by Chinese authorities for such a long time. Those “businessmen” smuggled out hundred thousands of eagles and other wild animals.

Unregistered
21-01-12, 10:47
Thank God for fpr those antiques were smugled out, otherwise Chinse will claim the antiques as theirs and change the identities. For eagles, those Pakistani just resqued them becoming "Eagle Soup" for Chinese.

Unregistered
21-01-12, 20:24
"Good positive thinking", but Pakistan is under "Chinese Empire", too. Uyghur pivate antiques must be in Uyghur hands. China might delibrately let them out of Uyghur Homeland to destroy Uyghur identity.


Thank God for fpr those antiques were smugled out, otherwise Chinse will claim the antiques as theirs and change the identities. For eagles, those Pakistani just resqued them becoming "Eagle Soup" for Chinese.

Unregistered
22-01-12, 21:16
In the cultural revolution, much high number of Uyghur's treasure was communi-ed by chinese. The Uyghur mummies were under chinese hand too and maybe only favorable publication is allowed for those who are interested in future study.....