Security forces cracked down violently again on 5 July 2009 when Uighurs in Urumqi began a peaceful protest, this time about perceived government inaction over beatings and killing of Uighur migrant workers by Han Chinese in Shaoguan, in the southern province of Guangdong, in June 2009.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2011年2月4日） 〕
Uighurs have reported to Amnesty International that employment discrimination against them has worsened in recent years, fuelled in part by the influx of Han Chinese migrants into the region and the policy of "bilingual education", which has in practice pushed Mandarin Chinese as the dominant language of instruction in schools, within the judicial system and other realms of public life at the expense of the Uighur language.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2011年2月4日） 〕
When the Kanjin （the name for Chinese during the Han dynasty） first visited Ampei, they asked the people there "Where is this place?"〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 1992年8月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT070028", "2563345"
Women were induced to marry Hans while Tibetian males were prohibited from marrying Chinese women.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 1997年3月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT125074", "2571738"
The week of protests, which on Wednesday saw around 2,000 Mongolian students take to the streets in the IMAR city of Shiliinhot, was initially prompted by the death of an ethnic Mongolian shepherd, Mergen （who like many Mongolians uses one name）, who was run over by a coal truck driven by an ethnic Han, China's dominant ethnic group.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2011年5月27日） 〕
Job recruitment advertisements published on XUAR government websites have reserved positions for Han Chinese in civil servant posts, state-owned enterprises, and private enterprises.〔【出典】アムネスティ発表国際ニュース（2011年2月4日） 〕