Hotel in China fined for breaking Muslim guest ban

  • Authorities in the southern province of Guangdong have fined the manager of a hotel in the border city of Shenzhen for breaking a ban on ethnic minority Uyghur guests.
  • “According to rules set by the local police station, we had to pay a fine for accepting a guest from Xinjiang,” the employee said, in a euphemistic reference to the mostly Muslim, Turkic-speaking Uyghur ethnic group.
  • An employee in a sauna in Shenzhen’s Futian district said all service businesses had been required to demand IDs from customers since late September, as part of new security regulations.
  • Meat vendors at markets in the county, and in neighboring counties in the prefecture, are also gradually having their knives and choppers stamped with identifying codes, according to a post on the local police department’s official WeChat account.

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