Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles her father, Her uncle. Her grandfather half off Shamsi Key Cheeks Family was arrested in China because their weakness for my company. For weeks, Shamsi a has been joining protests in front of the Chinese consulate in Istanbul. Everyone here has missing relatives. Everyone here hopes for a sign of life. Thes photos are all we have. We're not dangerous. We just want our families back through. E don't understand why they're not being released and why nobody talks to us. Maybe they're afraid of us or afraid of the truth. Hockey cut. Useless my time. Corcula 5000 files are piled up in this car. 5000 disappeared. We Gers Shamsi and the other demonstrators have tried many times to hand the documents over to the Chinese consulate. But they have not been admitted. Not today, either. At age 15, Chem CIA came to Istanbul. She grew up in Xinjiang, the home of the Muslim wigger minority in China. Her father wanted her to go to high school in Turkey. Now she is studying. She wants to be a nurse. Shame CIA has not had contact with her family for years. A friend of her mother's who also lives here in Istanbul is the only connection to her old life. From what I know, my father was arrested in May 2017 and taken to an internment camp in Xinjiang for reeducation. Ast, the Chinese authorities call it. I think he's in a terrible situation. I see many videos on social media where we gaze of forced to labor in the camps and and factories. One of thes people could be my father. Stories like Shamsi is can be heard by the dozen in the streets of Zeht in Borneo. The Istanbul district is the center off the exiled wigger community in Turkey, but now they're sanctuary seems to be a risk. Turkey could soon ratify its extradition treaty with China. Many Wiggins, who used to feel safe here, are now afraid yourself. Um are, for example, he works as a cook in a wig, a restaurant. The thought off possible deportations worries him even more than allow the economic problems brought by the coronavirus crisis. If Turkey sends us back to China, they will put us in jail forever or shooter is dead. Is the American was that lawyer? Ibrahim Argon represents many wigger refugees. He has a thick folder with extradition requests from China. There have been no deportation so far, says again. But pressure from Beijing is growing, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. Chinese investments have become very important for Turkey's troubled economy. Two major Chinese mobile phone companies have recently announced that they want to invest here, and Turkey relies on the Chinese made vaccine. I think China uses all of that to exert pressure on Turkey Kitchen Chinese capital has become increasingly important for the Turkish economy in recent years. Comport, for example, one of the country's largest container terminals, is now majority owned by Chinese consortium. So is Istanbul's Sultan Selim Bridge. Does this make Turkey more accessible to Chinese interests? The ruling A K Party, denies that things extradition treaty with China is about criminals. We have similar agreements with 32 other countries. It is extremely wrong to present it as an agreement against our weaker brothers and sisters. Shamsi Cacique has always been grateful to the Turkish government for its support off the wicker's, but now she feels that something is changing. Should the extradition agreement with China be ratified, she fears her name could also appear on a deportation list. I'm now an activist. The fact that I search for my father and other relatives makes me a criminal in China's eyes on. Now. I'm afraid that what has happened to others could one day happen to me. But I M. C. A. Does not want to give up her protest, be quiet, disappear in the crowd she wants for the fate of her father and that off the many other disappeared wicker's to not be for gotten.