China urges boycotts of foreign brands over Xinjiang stance
The Chinese Communist Party is urging a nationwide boycott of foreign brands over their stance on Xinjiang. Swedish apparels brand H&M was the first hit by the boycott following its statement against alleged use of forced labor to produce cotton in Xinjiang.
[Opinion] Xinjiang Cotton: Why Hand-Picking is Still in Demand
Just by using common sense coupled with a bit of online research, it is not hard for truth-seekers to filter out a lot of the "noise", or, false information in the clothing of "facts."
[Opinion] Our Real Attitude Toward the Foreign Companies Boycotted in Mainland China
Stay away from the videos and words which the CCP shows you, we Chinese stand with those who support Xinjiang Human Rights.
[Opinion] H&M Faces a Boycott in China – Is This a Beginning of Economic Decoupling?
The situation puts multinational corporations in a sensitive position. Many companies in clothing, footwear, and other industries have to evaluate the benefits and costs regarding the cooperation with companies in CCP China.