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 Ethnic Groups - china.org.cn
There are in the Dongxiang area many folk songs which the local people have dubbed "flowers" and were sung in the past by people to express their hopes for a better life and to pour out their wrath against oppression.
The Dongxiang people had been groaning under national and class oppression throughout the ages.
In 1958, the Dongxiang people carried out the struggle against religious and feudal privileges and the system of oppression and exploitation.
www.china.org.cn /e-groups/shaoshu/shao-2-dongxiang.htm

  
 dongxiang
The stronghold that Islam has on the Dongxiang and the isolated nature of their culture all contribute to the difficulty of reaching this people group with the news of Christ.
Within the prefecture is a dry and mountainous land called the Dongxiang Autonomous County, throughout which most of the people are scattered in primitive villages.
Ask that the isolated area where the Dongxiang live would continue to open up so that Christians could enter and befriend the people there.
www.peopleteams.org /dongxiang

  
 Week of prayer
The Dongxiang are among the poorest and least educated of China’s minority people groups; less than 12 percent are functionally literate.
And together with a group of Han Chinese Christians, several of those Dongxiang believers are working to reach their people group with the Gospel.
Just a few years ago, there wasn’t a single known believer among China’s Dongxiang people.
www.floridabaptistwitness.com /1859.article

  
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The Hui and Dongxiang nationalities have a life history of more than 3 generations here, most of whom are migrants from Dongxiang County, while the Han people are a long-living nationality here, which is known to all villagers.
3.2.5 History, Culture of the Dongxiang nationality The Dongxiang nationality was generated from the amalgamation of the Huihui people, the 10 Mongolians, the Han people and the Tibetans who lived in the Dongxiang Region during the transition period of the Yuan and Ming dynasties in the later 14'h century.
The Dongxiang people, in belief of Islam, originate from the Saltans in Middle Asia in the 13h century.
www-wds.worldbank.org /servlet/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2002/08/09/000094946_02080104031170/Rendered/INDEX/multi0page.txt

  
 The Dongxiang Nationality
There are in the Dongxiang area many folk songs which the local people have dubbed "flowers" and were sung in the past by people to express their hopes for a better life and to pour out their wrath against oppression.
The Dongxiang people had been groaning under national and class oppression throughout the ages.
The Dongxiangs were then called "Dongxiang Huis" or "Mongolian Huis." The Dongxiang language is basically similar to Mongolian, both belonging to the Mongolian branch of the Altaic language family.
www.islamichina.com /page/dongxiang.htm

  
 The Dongxiang of China: Only a handful of believers
The Dongxiang are among the poorest and least educated of China's minority people groups; less than 12 percent are functionally literate.
And together with a group of Han Chinese Christians, several of those Dongxiang believers are working to reach their people group with the gospel.
Just a few years ago, there wasn't a single known believer among China's Dongxiang people.
www.christianindex.org /364.article

  
 IME 2004 - Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
The Dongxiang are among the poorest and least educated people in China.
A young Dongxiang believer, though, has a vision for translating the Bible as a gift to his people.
When communists took over China in 1949, they found one mosque for every 30 Dongxiang people and one paid Muslim worker for every nine families.
ime.imb.org /wpim/daybyday/dongxiangphoto.asp

  
 Nationalities in China
Its language belongs to the Mongolian branch of the Altaic language family and is close to that of the Tu and Dongxiang ethnic minorities.
However, this ethnic group was not recognized as a minority prior to the founding of the People's Republic in 1949.
The Oroqens, who lived in a primitive communal society four and a half decades ago, have leap-frogged several historical stages to a socialist society in the years following the founding of the People's Republic in 1949.
www.chinahighlights.com /travelguide/nationalities.htm

  
 Dongxiang Minority - Chinese Nationalities
Most Dongxiang people can also speak Chinese, and as there is no written Dongxiang language, they use Chinese characters for their writing.
The Dongxiang art form known as "Hua'er" is popular and well known among the Chinese people.
The Dongxiang population is mainly concentrated in the Dongxiang Autonomous County of the Xinjiang Autonomous Region, and Gansu Province, as well as some other counties and cities such as He Zheng, Linxia, and Lanzhou.
www.paulnoll.com /China/Minorities/min-Dongxiang.html

  
 Prayer for Linxia City, China - 30-Days Muslim World Prayer Guide - Day 13
The Dongxiang people are widely known as the controllers of the drug trade and the prostitution rackets in Northwest China.
In addition to the Hui, Linxia is home to the Dongxiang, a zealous Muslim people group.
The Dongxiang mainly live in the town of Suonoba situated on a high ridge near the city Linxia.
www.30-days.net /email02/day13.htm

  
 Dongxiang Ethnic Minority - China tourist & travel guide for ethnic minorities of China
The Dongxiangs originated from the Mongokian nationality and Semu people who were Moslems.
Most of the Dongxiang people reside in Gansu province, and the rest live in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and Xinjiang.
The Dongxiang language belongs to the Mongolian branch of the Altaic language family.
www.orientaltravel.com /people/Dongxian.htm

  
 Cooperative Program (CP) Missions
Ask God to empower Dongxiang believers to plant churches among their people.
Fewer than 10 known believers exist among the Dongxiang people of China.
Christian workers for the Dongxiang coordinate prayer efforts and short-term teams as part of a church-planting movement strategy.
cpmissions.net /2003/MissionaryMoments/view/moment.asp?Bannerid=148

  
 School Brings Hope to Village
Although they are hidden away in a remote mountainous region of Northwest China, people of the Dongxiang ethnic minority have never been forgotten.
In the village of Yanling, in Dongxiang Autonomous County of Northwest China's Gansu Province, there is a white, three-storey building with a green roof that catches the eye.
With a population of 250,000 and an annual income of 600 yuan (US$73) per capita, Dongxiang Autonomous County is one of the poorest places in China.
english.peopledaily.com.cn /english/200007/26/eng20000726_46458.html

  
 Newspaper donations fulfill Dongxiang school kids' dreams
With a population of 266,900, Dongxiang is a compact community, with Dongxiang ethnic people accounting for 84 per cent of the local population.
Ma's classmates in their village in Dongxiang Autonomous County of Northwest China's Gansu Province, are doing the same thing - squatting in a circle and studying outside their classroom - a discarded cattle shed.
Dongxiang Autonomous County is made up of an endless array of soil mountains.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2004-11/02/content_387602.htm

  
 China Folklore Photographic Association ::China Folklore :: Dongxiang Nationality
Dongxiang people love "tea soup" extremely, which a food even can be seen at each meal table.
Dongxiang nationality has a population about 370,000 and almost a half live in the west Gansu Province.
Instead of an independent, Dongxiang was regarded as a branch of other nationality until the new country founded in 1949.
www.china-fpa.org /english/china/nationality/dongxiang.htm

  
 Chinese Ethnic Minorities: Dongxiang People
Previously identified by various names such as "Dongxiang Huis" and "Mongolian Dongxiang", they were formally named Dongxiang ethnic group after the founding of the People's Republic of China.
The Dongxiang's ancestral roots can be traced back to the Sarta people that lived in the Central Asia.
The Dongxiang folk song "Huaer" (flower) is an example of a traditional form of expression through which hopes for a better life are expressed and opposition to oppression are put forward.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/nationality/dongxiang

  
 The Dongxiang of China
Many Dongxiang don’t speak a word of Mandarin Chinese even though surrounded by Chinese-speaking peoples—and they have a mere 12 percent literacy rate, the lowest of any of China’s official minorities.
If you would like to become an intercessor for the Dongxiang people group:
Visitors to Dongxiang County might be surprised to see men in their white pillbox hats and women with head coverings—that is, now that visitors are allowed inside.
archives.tconline.org /news/lastfrontier/archive/Dongxiang.html

  
 TIMEasia.com: Chinese Junk
It is the home of the Dongxiang people, a 280,000-strong ethnic minority descended from Muslim traders who plied the Silk Road.
The powder the Dongxiang had bought for $8 a gram in Yunnan could be sold for $36 a gram in Lanzhou.
The desert is encroaching on Gansu, and farmers watch the coming sands resignedly, staring into the distance before wiping the dust from their eyes and coaxing a life from the parched ground.
www.time.com /time/asia/covers/1101020520/cover.html

  
 People and Places
Their homeland is hilly and barren, and many of the Dongxiang people are poor because they make their living as farmers on this arid land.
Most Dongxiang people live in Dongxiang Autonomous County.
The Dongxiang are painstakingly committed to etiquette and cleanliness.
www.imb.org /easia/peopleplaces/upg/dongxiang.htm

  
 Dongxiang - Result for Dongxiang - Meaning of Dongxiang - Definition of Dongxiang - Dictionary of Meaning - www.mauspfeil.net
The '''Dongxiang''' people (Chinese: 东乡族; pinyin : Dōngxiāngzú) are an pinyin closely related to the pinyin.
Most of the Dongxiang live in the pinyin pinyin (临夏回族 : Línxià Huízú) Autonomous Prefecture, and surrounding areas, of pinyin Province in northwestern China.
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Dongxiang.
www.mauspfeil.net /Dongxiang.html

  
 China Source
Since these people would not marry anyone outside their race, the Dongxiang came into being.
The greater portion of the Dongxiang live in Dongxiang Autonomous County while others are in Hezheng and Linxia counties, Lanzhou, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
The government was the first to recognize the Dongxiang as a separate minority.
www.chsource.org /Dongxiang.htm

  
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 China Source
Their language, which has two dialects, belongs to the Mongolian branch of the Altaic language family and has similarities to that of the Tu and the Dongxiang.
As the name indicates, the Baoan share this autonomous region with the Dongxiang and Salar.
Religion had been used to exercise power over the people with the mullahs employing private jails and torture for religious lawbreakers.
www.chsource.org /Baoan.htm

  
 Xinjiang Street - Anthropologist's Paradise
Asked why she does not call the restaurant "Dongxiang style," she replied: "When we first arrived here, we had to stick to the rules of the game.
She has also adapted some Dongxiang and Hui dishes by adding spicy seasonings or tomato sauce to make them look like and taste like Uygur foods.
For example, the spacious Youhao Restaurant on the east end of Xinjiang Street claims to be a Xinjiang Uygur style restaurant, but it is actually owned by a Dongxiang Muslim woman with a university education who speaks Mandarin and the Dongxiang language, not Uygur.
www.china.com.cn /english/TR-e/9365.htm

  
 Falun Dafa Clearwisdom.net
Since the persecution of Falun Dafa was initiated by former President Jiang Zemin's wicked political gang on July 20, 1999, Hu Dongxiang has been responsible for sentencing eight practitioners to forced labor, and illegally detaining dozens of people.
Chen's ID card had been forcibly taken away by Hu Dongxiang at around eleven o'clock in the evening on December 31, 2001.
Chen received a severe beating in which three of his front teeth were knocked out and his eyes were bruised.
clearwisdom.net /emh/articles/2004/11/24/54888p.html

  
 Dongxiang language - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Dongxiang is a Mongolian Altaic language spoken by the Dongxiang people of northwestern China.
Introduction, grammar and sample sentences for Dongxiang (Sino-Platonic papers)
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 Gobi March - Location
It is not surprising, therefore, that the Dongxiang language belongs to the Mongolian branch of the Altaic language family, although some words are borrowed from the Chinese.
The language of the Salar people is a member of the Turkic language family and is almost identical to that of the Uygurs and Uzbeks.
The Uygur language is classified along with Uzbek as belonging to the Karluk division of the Turkic branch of the Uralo-Altaic language family.
www.racingtheplanet.com /gobimarch/details/ethnic.asp

  
 Chinese Ethnic Minorities: Dongxiang People
Previously identified by various names such as "Dongxiang Huis" and "Mongolian Dongxiang", they were formally named Dongxiang ethnic group after the founding of the People's Republic of China.
The Dongxiang's ancestral roots can be traced back to the Sarta people that lived in the Central Asia.
The Dongxiang language, which is basically the same as the Mongolian language, belongs to Mongolia Austronesian of Altai Phylum.
www.travelchinaguide.com /intro/nationality/dongxiang

  
 Bin Laden in China? (Part 2)
For example, the spacious Youhao Restaurant on the east end of Xinjiang Street claims to be a Xinjiang Uygur style restaurant, but it is actually owned by a Dongxiang Muslim woman with a university education who speaks Mandarin and the Dongxiang language, not Uygur.
Asked why she does not call the restaurant "Dongxiang style," she replied: "When we first arrived here, we had to stick to the rules of the game.
The restaurant owner employs several Han, Dongxiang and Hui workers from Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and Shandong Province.
www.danmahony.com /binladen3.htm

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