Two Kiwi MPs say the US’ determination that China is "significant" - but what is New Zealand doing?
It said new evidence had emerged in the past year that "crimes against humanity" are occurring in Xinjiang.
There was a crackdown on dissent in Hong Kong, repression of Muslim Uighurs and the silencing of people reporting on the coronavirus.
After giving a speech slamming China's regulators he hasn't been seen in months.
Relations between the world's two biggest economies have come under increasing strain.
There was a heavy police presence, with some people ordered to put on face masks.
"I don’t understand. All she did was say a few true words, and for that, she got four years."
The piece also accuses Ardern of duplicity.
It shows how "terrifying" and "totally normalised" the discriminatory technology has become, a video surveillance expert says.