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  Nationalities of China
The multi-ethnic nature of China results in part by territories incorporated by the Qing dynasty, whose emperors were themselves Manchu and not members of the majority Han.
Chinese ethnicities theory is heavily influenced by that of the Soviet Union.
While several thousands of these aborigines have migrated to China's Fujian province, most remain in Taiwan; whether the ones in Taiwan should be considered citizens of China is a controversial issue of Taiwan's legal status and political status.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/n/na/nationalities_of_china.html   (854 words)

  
 Nationalities of China - Chinese ethnics - China
Nationalities of China - Chinese ethnics - China
The multinational nature of China results in part by territories incorporated by the Qing dynasty, whose emperors were themselves Manchu and not members of the majority Han.
Chinese nationalities theory is heavily influenced by that of the Soviet Union.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Nationalities_of_China   (550 words)

  
  nationalities   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Economic growth is quite uneven among the nationalities as a result of the differences in historical, geographical, communications and natural conditions as well as in the stages of social development.
As stipulated in all the versions of the Constitution promulgated after the founding of new China, all ethnic groups are equal and discrimination against, or oppression of, any ethnic group and acts undermining the unity of the ethnic groups are prohibited.
The law of regional autonomy for minority groups endorsed by the 6th National People's Congress in 1984 is a basic law which guarantees the implementation of the fundamental principle and stipulations concerning regional autonomy as laid down by the constitution.
web.utk.edu /~xzhou1/nationalities.htm   (1039 words)

  
 Human Rights in China - VII
China is a unified, multi-national country, with 56 nationalities in all.
Many of the minority nationalities, who were in straitened circumstances and not countenanced, had to hide in the mountains and live a life of seclusion from the outside world.
The proportion of deputies elected by the minority nationalities to the NPC in the total number of NPC deputies is always about twice as large as the proportion of members of the minority nationalities in the country's total population.
sangle.web.wesleyan.edu /chrr/governments/91wp/vii.htm   (2746 words)

  
 Minority Nationalities of China
Following the founding of new China, the government, in accordance with a cautious policy of making steady progress while taking into account the specific characteristics of the various minority nationalities, took steps to eliminate the de facto inequality between the various nationalities by helping then develop their economy and culture.
Now the minority nationalities, with mutual influence on each other in the fields of economy,politics and culture and close ties with the Han people, have developed communities of their own which are full of cultural peculiarities, Except Hui,Manchu and She who use the language of the Hans,all ethnic groups speak their own languages.
Today, the people of various nationalities are united as one in their effort to eliminate vestiges of inequality left over from the past history and in building a powerful, prosperous and modern socialist country.
www.chinastartour.com /newsDetail.asp?id=68   (570 words)

  
 China Studies Curriculum - Equality
In theory, China was to have a rule of law, not biased emperors.
In parts of China where the nationalities have a majority, they are electing their own people to government office.
The ethnic nationalities of China are often concentrated in the outlying areas.
www.indstate.edu /chinaeduc/equality.html   (3484 words)

  
 Minorities,China Minorities and customs-China Travel Guides   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Following the founding of new China, the government, in accordance with a cautious policy of making steady progress while taking into account the specific characteristics of the various minority nationalities, took steps to eliminate the de facto inequality between the various nationalities by helping then develop their economy and culture.
Now the minority nationalities, with mutual influence on each other in the fields of economy,politics and culture and close ties with the Han people, have developed communities of their own which are full of cultural peculiarities, Except Hui,Manchu and She who use the language of the Hans,all ethnic groups speak their own languages.
Today, the people of various nationalities are united as one in their effort to eliminate vestiges of inequality left over from the past history and in building a powerful, prosperous and modern socialist country.
www.achinatravel.com /travel-guide/minorities-minorities.asp   (577 words)

  
 Constitution of China - Helplinelaw
China is one of the countries with the longest histories in the world.
Both the victory of China's new democratic revolution and the successes of its socialist cause have been achieved by the Chinese people of all nationalities under the leadership of the Communist Party of China and the guidance of Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, and by upholding truth, correcting errors and overcoming numerous difficulties and hardships.
The people of all nationalities, all state organs, the armed forces, all political parties and public organizations and all enterprises and undertakings in the country must take the Constitution as the basic norm of conduct, and they have the duty to uphold the dignity of the Constitution and ensure its implementation.
www.helplinelaw.com /law/china/constitution/constitution01.php   (860 words)

  
 China General Information, China Information
China lies mainly in the northern temperate zone under the influence of monsoon.
China population is distributed unevenly with more in the east (more than 300 persons per square kilometer) and fewer in the west (about 40 persons per square kilometer.
The Yangtze of 6,300 kilometers is the longest river in China.
www.chinatoday.com /general/a.htm   (1574 words)

  
 China Nationalities Museum - The Collection of Chinese Nationalities
The China Nationalities Museum (the Chinese thnic Culture Park) is an anthropological museum as well as a complex to reconstruct, collect, display and study theethnic cultures,histories and social life of the 56 nationalities in China.
The goals and principles for the Chinese Nationalities Museum is to demonstrate ethical architecture, to preserve ethical relics, to spread ethical knowledge, to study ethical heritage, to enhance ethical culture and to promote unity of all Chinese nationalities.
The Chinese Nationalities Museum is a home for all nationalities in China; an encyclopedia for understanding the Chinese ethical cultures; a kaleidoscope for the Chinese people.
chinatravelz.com /china/Beijing/chaoyang-district/zhonghuamingzuyuan/index.asp   (522 words)

  
 Preamble
The administrative head of an autonomous region, prefecture or county shall be a citizen of the nationality, or of one of the nationalities, exercising regional autonomy in the area concerned.
People's congresses of national autonomous areas have the power to enact autonomy regulations and specific regulations in the light of the political, economic, and cultural characteristics of the nationality or nationalities in the areas concerned.
The organs of self-government of the national autonomous areas independently administer educational, scientific, cultural, public health, and physical culture affairs in their respective areas, protect and accumulate the cultural heritage of the nationalities and work for the development and flourishing of their cultures.
www.cmseducation.org /wconsts/china.html   (9524 words)

  
 China Weather, Climate in China, Best Time to visit China - China Highlights
China is vast, and the climate and conditions vary widely from region to region.
North-Central China (Beijing, Xian) is similar in climate to Nebraska and Kansas, with less snow and rain during the winter.
While China is a year-round destination, the months of May, September, and October are ideal months for travel anywhere in the country.
www.chinahighlights.com /weather   (776 words)

  
 Tibet and China : Brothers or Neighbours
Once China is democratic, there is no need for independence." This saying naturally has its own rationale, but I feel, whether necessary or not, only the Tibetans have the right to determine their own fate.
The China referred to was Communist China, and the Communist officials who oppress Tibetans, and the army which has massacred the people of Tibet.
I also urge the people and democracy dissidents of China to truly be concerned, sympa-thetic, understanding, and supportive of the Tibetan movement for the end of slavery and the struggle for freedom.
www.tibet.com /China/xuewei.html   (998 words)

  
 China
China, in order to alleviate the Asian financial crisis, has persisted in a policy of not to depreciate the currency (inaudible) and China has paid a price for that and also has made great contributions to the recovery of the regional and world economy.
The Presidents of China and the United States have successfully exchanged visits and the leaders of our two countries have stood on the high ground of our times and looked into the next century and they decided to work together to build towards a constructive strategic partnership between China and the United States.
China and the United States, as the largest developing country and the largest developed country in the world, should further enhance mutual understanding, expand cooperation, and work together with the rest of the world to build a more splendid new century.
www.nti.org /db/china/engdocs/usch0399.htm   (2354 words)

  
 Chinese National Minorities
In the 1953 census 41 minority nationalities were specified.
In the 1964 census, there were 183 nationalities registered, among which the government recognized only 54.
Of the remaining 129 nationalities, 74 were considered to be part of the officially recognized 54, while 23 were classified as "other nationalities" and the remaining 32 were classified as "indeterminate."
www.paulnoll.com /China/Minorities/China-Nationalities.html   (91 words)

  
 China's Constitution
The people of all nationalities, all state organs, the armed forces, all political parties and public organisations and all enterprises and undertakings in the country must take the Constitution as the basic norm of conduct, and they have the duty to uphold the dignity of the Constitution and ensure its implementation.
Their tasks are to strengthen national defence, resist aggression, defend the motherland, safeguard the people's peaceful labour, participate in national reconstruction, and work hard to serve the people.
The national emblem of the People's Republic of China is Tian'anmen in the centre illuminated by five stars and encircled by ears of grain and a cogwheel.
www.chinability.com /Constitution.htm   (11192 words)

  
 China Information about travel, chinese
The company was founded on 5 November 1999 as part of the restructuring of China National Petroleum Corporation, with the majority of the assets, as well as the liabilities, of CNPC being handed over to the new PetroChina company.
China has experienced unprecedented growth in the past thirty years with GDP rising on average by 9.5% per year over that period.
The Guanxi Province, located at the Southern Coast of China has a diversity of nature, culture and adventure to offer, and is regarded as one of China’s most beautiful and imposing provinces.
www.chinaorbit.com   (861 words)

  
 Ethnic minorities in China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, all the ethnic minorities in China are Chinese citizens, regardless of the fact that they are sometimes referred to as different "nationalities" in English, and the Chinese-language term that is used to refer to different ethnic groups, minzu, is not specific on citizenship status.
The multi-ethnic nature of China is a result of many centuries of assimilation, expansion and modern consolidation of territories incorporated during the Qing Dynasty, whose emperors were themselves Manchu and not members of the Han majority.
While several thousands of these aborigines have migrated to Fujian province in mainland China, most remain in Taiwan; whether or not those remaining in Taiwan should be considered citizens of the PRC is sometimes a controversial issue of the political status and the legal status of Taiwan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ethnic_minorities_in_China   (1254 words)

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