The Sydney Morning Herald’s Adam Galloway says the weird press conference about Xinjiang showed China was not “serious about providing any information” about the Uyghurs.
Mr Galloway instructed Sky News the query needed to be requested who the true viewers was.
“We, the Australian media, we’re audience but they would have known they’re not going to convince us with that kind of show, they needed to directly answer our questions, which they didn’t,” he mentioned.
“Surely a government knows how many people are locked up within a certain province in their country and to not even answer a basic question like that just showed they weren’t serious about providing any information.”
Mr Galloway mentioned in lots of instances issues that seem like for the worldwide group are “actually aimed at the domestic audience” to assert governmental transparency and deny wrongdoing.
“They suppose they’ll simply come sort out these difficulty head on and deny all the things in a manner they couldn’t 10, 12 years in the past.”