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Special issue on ethnicity & ethnic groups in China

Special issue on ethnicity & ethnic groups in China

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Published by New Asia College, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in [Hong Kong] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • Ethnology -- China -- Congresses.,
    • China -- Ethnic relations -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSpecial issue on ethnicity and ethnic groups in China., Ethnicity & ethnic groups in China., Ethnicity and ethnic groups in China.
      Statementedited by Chien Chiao, Nicholas Tapp, with the assistance of Kam-yin Ho.
      SeriesNew Asia academic bulletin ;, v. 8, Xin Ya xue shu ji kan ;, di 8 qi.
      ContributionsChiao, Chien., Tapp, Nicholas., Ho, Kam-yin., Symposium on Ethnicity and Ethnic Groups in China (1989 : Zagreb, Croatia)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS730 .S55 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination252 p. :
      Number of Pages252
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1944178M
      LC Control Number90166798

      Guided by these policies, people of all ethnic groups in China have safeguarded national unification, social stability and ethnic unity, blazing a bright trail to achieve common prosperity for all ethnic groups. China is a large developing country with a population of billion and 56 ethnic groups. The special conditions in China have. 7. China s Nationality Policy and International Minority Rights Bibliography. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary On the global stage, China is often seen to be a homogenous nation when, in fact, it is a diverse multi-ethnic society, with 55 minority nationality groups recognized by the government.

      See all volumes and issues Vol Vol 9, Vol 8, Vol 7, Vol 6, Vol 5, Vol 4, Vol 3, Vol 2, Vol 1, These polices include: 1. All ethnic groups are equal. By China's Constitution, all ethnic groups enjoy equal rights, with the central government protecting each group's legal rights and interests, on a united, mutually beneficial basis. The government frowns upon any prejudice against various ethnic groups. 2. Regional ethnic minority autonomy.

      This book is designed as a comprehensive comparative introduction to ethnicity in East and Southeast Asia since Each chapter covers a particular country looking at such core issues as: the ethnic minorities or groups in the country of concern, how many ethnic groups, population, language and culture group they belong to, traditional Price: $ No matter you travel to southwest China like Yunnan, Guizhou, Tibet, or reach the north, northwest China like Xinjiang, Gansu or Inner Mongolia, you could catch the opportunity to taste the unique ethnic food and tea. In this way, you’ll have a deep understanding about their daily life and local customs.


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China officially recognizes 56 ethnic groups, including the Han majority. These groups are incredibly culturally diverse; fifty-three ethnic groups have their own language and 23 have their own written language.

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