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  Oroqin Minority - Chinese Nationalities (Oroqen)
Traditionally, the Oroqin minority lives the nomadic life of forest hunters.
A major source of income is deer hunting since the deer embryo, antlers, penis and tail are highly prized in Chinese medicine.
Only in the last 25 years have the Oroqin begun giving up their birch-bark and hide tents of migrant hunters for a more settled life.
www.paulnoll.com /China/Minorities/min-Oroqin.html   (130 words)

  
 inner mongolia - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Han Chinese are the largest ethnic group, followed by the Mongols, with the Mongols concentrated mainly on the grasslands and the Han along the river valleys.
Other ethnic groups include the Daur, the Evenks, the Oroqin, the Hui, the Manchus, and the Koreans.
Han Chinese of the eastern parts speak dialects of Mandarin, while those in the central parts, such as the Huang He valley, speak varieties of Jinyu, another subdivision of Chinese.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/Inner-Mongolia   (1226 words)

  
 Oroqen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Oroqen people (Chinese: 鄂伦春族; pinyin: èlúnchūn zú; also spelled Oroqin and sometimes Orochen and Orochon) are an ethnic group in northern China.
According to the 2000 Census, 44.54% live in Inner Mongolia and 51.52% along the Heilongjiang River (Amur) in the province of Heilongjiang.
The Oroqin Autonomous Banner is also located in Heilongjiang.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Oroqin   (769 words)

  
 Shaman Dance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
From the clothes, musical instruments and dance movements of shaman today, one can find relics of primitive culture.
For example, shaman of Oroqin and Ewenki people always decorate their clothes with beast bones or teeth; their musical instrument Zhuagu (a drum that can be held in hand) is covered with beast skin and their performances imitate images of bear, hawk and deer.
In the past, to meet the demand of a hunting life, nomadic tribes lived dispersedly in yurts.
www.chinaculture.org /gb/en_artqa/2003-09/24/content_38359.htm   (384 words)

  
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The numbers of reported cases by location were Hulunbeier City -- 119 cases; Bayannaoer City -- 47 cases; Huhehaote City -- 7 cases; Wulanchabu City -- 4 cases; Chifeng City -- 4 cases; Baotou City -- 2 cases; Tongliao City, Xingan, League and Erdos City -- one case each; and unspecified locale -- one case.
Within these, Hulunbeier City Morin Dawa Daur Banner had 71 cases, Oroqin Autonomous Banner had 43 cases, Bayannaoer City Linhe District had 16 cases, Wuyuan County and Hangjinhou Banner each had 12 cases.
Compared to 2004, the number of reported cases in Hulunbeier City and Bayannaoer City were up 147.91 percent and 840 percent, respectively.
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