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China Inside Out

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Pál Nyíri
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Joana Breidenbach

List of Maps and Figures

Texte intégral

1Map 4.1. Soviet–Chinese border with historical references 83

2Map 9.1. Ethnolinguistic map of China 245

3Map 9.2. Distribution of the Hui in China 270 Map 9.3. Xinjiang 276

4Map 9.4. The “Han” as minzu, majority nationality 288

5Figure 6.1. Worldwide Chinese (Tianxia Huaren) 160

6Figure 6.2. Who’s Who of Chinese Origin Worldwide (Shijie Huaren Mingrenlu) 160

7Figure 6.3. Chen Mei, Sheng He (cover) 164

8Figure 6.4. “Fujian Province Executive Vice Governor Zhang Jiakun receives an enthusiastic welcome from members of Fukien American Association during his visit to the United States” 167

9Figure 6.5. “Mr. Liang Hongji, Chairman of the 1981 National Day Celebration delivers his speech to the Algemene Chineze Vereniging” 167

10Figure 6.6. “Celebrating the 49th Anniversary of the Founding of the PRC and the Ninth Anniversary of the Association of Fujianese in Macau” 167

11Figure 9.1. Some mosques in China look just like temples 238

12Figure 9.2. Ting Shao Kuang, Silk Road 257

13Figure 9.3. Zhao Yixiong, Awakening of Tarim 268

14Figure 9.4. Oxen Street Mosque, Beijing 271

15Figure 9.5. Islamic diversity among the Hui 272

16Figure 9.6. Relational alterity 273

17Figure 9.7. Muslim and Han growth in Xinjiang 277

18Figure 9.8. Top four nationalities in Xinjiang, 1940-2000 278

19Figure 9.9. Uyghur relational alterity 278

20Figure 9.10. Kashgar International Trade Market 279

21Figure 9.11. A Kazak lineage 284

22Figure 9.12. Kazak relational alterity 285

23Figure 9.13. Kazakstan’s flag and national emblem 286

24Figure 9.14. Kyrgyzstan’s flag 286

25Figure 9.15. Chinese Ethnic Culture Park, Beijing 290

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