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Zhonghua minzu
Zhonghua minzu is a political term in modern Chinese nationalism related to the concepts of nation-building, ethnicity, and race in the Chinese nationality
Kuomintang Islamic insurgency
The Kuomintang Islamic insurgency was a continuation of the Chinese Civil War by Chinese Muslim nationalist Kuomintang Republic of China Army forces in Northwest China, in the provinces of Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, and Xinjiang, and another insurgency in
2014 China–Vietnam border shootout
On 18 April 2014, a group of sixteen Chinese citizens, later identified as ethnic Uyghurs, engaged in a shootout with Vietnamese border guards after seizing their guns as they were being detained to be returned to China. Five Uyghurs and two Vietnamese
Han nationalism
Han nationalism is a political ideology and form of ethnic nationalism which is used to glorify the ethnic Han Chinese people and their uniqueness throughout history. It is often intermingled and mixed with Chinese nationalism. The Han Chinese people are
Edwin McClellan
Edwin McClellan was a British Japanologist, teacher, writer, translator, and interpreter of Japanese literature and culture
Sinosphere (linguistics)
The Sinosphere is the Mainland Southeast Asia linguistic area. The linguist James Matisoff coined the term "Sinosphere" in 1990, contrasting with the Indosphere, "I refer to the Chinese and Indian areas of linguistic/cultural influence in Southeast Asia
Illegal drug trade in China
The illegal drug trade in China is influenced by factors such as history, location, size, population, and current economic conditions. China has one-fifth of the world's population and a large and expanding economy. China's large land mass, close
The Guozijian, sometimes translated as the Imperial College, Imperial Academy, Imperial University, National Academy, or National University, was the national central institution of higher learning in Chinese dynasties after the Sui dynasty. It was the
Equal-field system
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Inzer (surname)
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