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Improving lives, winning hearts
Under a system called fanghuiju, teams of half a dozen—composed of policemen or local officials and always including one Uighur speaker, which almost always means a Uighur—go from house to house compiling dossiers of personal information. Fanghutiju is short for “researching people’s conditions, improving people’s lives, winning people’s hearts”.
I'm not sure if we could use something like "informal census," but that would certainly make the def less wordy.
Editor: seems to be more like an (uninvited) homestay, at least in some cases
+ 訪惠聚 访惠聚 [fang3 hui4 ju4] /door-to-door personal information collection activity directed at Xinjiang Uighurs/
# 訪惠聚 访惠聚 [fang3 hui4 ju4] /program of visiting Muslim households in Xinjiang to monitor them, begun in 2014 (abbr. for 訪民情、惠民生、聚民心|访民情、惠民生、聚民心[fang3 min2 qing2 , hui4 min2 sheng1 , ju4 min2 xin1])/