Holding a cup of hot milk tea or carrying shopping bags filled with sports shoes or smartphones, tens of thousands of residents and tourists packed Shanghai’s Nanjing Road pedestrian shopping street last weekend, most were not wearing masks as they swarmed onto the Bund promenade to enjoy the night view of the city.But on the same Sunday evening in late October, the atmosphere in western border city of Kashgar in Xinjiang province more than 4,100km (2,500 miles) away was entirely different,…


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