German anthropologist Adrian Zenz received the first-ever “Snow Lion” human rights award from the International Campaign for Tibet (ICT). Zenz received the award, which comes with 3,000 euros in prize money, at a ceremony last Saturday at the Umweltforum Berlin. The 47-year-old was honored for his groundbreaking research into the internment of millions of Uyghurs and members of other ethnic minorities in the northwestern Chinese autonomous region of Xinjiang.
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