Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Let me first echo what Mr. Genuis said at the beginning of the meeting. I feel it's very important to dispel or at least not foster the confusion we sometimes see arise between the policies and actions of a country that doesn't care about international law, its people, or its nationals, Asians, for example.
We have seen anti-Asian bias rise in this country, and it should not be happening. We need to work hard to suppress this bias that may well apply to the Chinese regime, but it also applies to all countries that commit acts violating international law, which we sometimes have to criticize from a moral standpoint. So I echo his sentiments, as we all should.
I thank the witnesses for their courage and for testifying before the committee tonight.
Ms. Turdush, my first question is for you, and I am sorry if I'm mispronouncing your name. You have already spoken of the difficulty some Uyghur nationals have experienced being harassed by the Chinese state when they contacted Canadian authorities because they feared retaliation against their family members in China.
Do you have any suggestions as to the best way to report violations or harassment to Canadian authorities without the Chinese authorities finding out?