Netflix stands by decision to adapt novel written by supporter of China's Uyghur persecution

Netflix stands by decision to adapt novel written by supporter of China's Uyghur persecution

Netflix has stood by a decision to adapt a sci-fi novel written by an author who made disparaging remarks about China's Uyghur Muslim minority.The entertainment service stood by its decision in a letter addressed to Republican senators who asked it to reconsider adapting Liu Cixin's 'The Three Body Problem' for home streaming. Liu sparked controversy when he voiced support for China's detention of over a million Uyghur Muslims in so-called reeducation camps."Would you rather that they be hacking away at bodies at train stations and schools in terrorist attacks?" Liu said in an interview with theNew ...

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