The Lhoba Nationality is one of the smallest ethnic groups of China. It has only 2.312 members. Now they mainly
Category: Ethnic Minority
China's Minority Peoples – The Lahus
With a population of 411,476, the Lahus live m close communities in Simao, Lincang in the Lanchang River Valley, Xishuanghanna
China's Minority Peoples – The Koreans
Most of the Korean people, numbering 1.920.597, live in Jilin, Heilongjiang and Liaoning provinces. Others live scattered in Inner Mongolia
China's Minority Peoples – The Kirgizes
In the Han Dynasty, forefathers of the Kirgizes were called "Jiankun" or "Gekun". In the Northern and Southern dynasties, they were referred to as the Jiegus or Qigus. the Jigas in the Tang Dynasty, the Heqis in the Liao and Jin dynasties, the Jilijis in the Yuan Dynasty, and the Bulute people meaning "mountaineers" in Mongolian Juggar language in the Qing Dynasty. After the founding of new China, they were officially called the Kirgiz Nationality.
China's Minority Peoples – The Kazak
The Kazaks, with a population of 1,111,718, mostly live in Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture, Mori and Barkol Kazak Autonomous Counties. The rest are distributed in Gansu and Qinghai provinces.
China's Minority Peoples – The Jinos
The word Jino, called "Youle" in Chinese in the past, refers to the descendants of a maternal uncle, because the Jino people show the greatest respect to their mother’s brothers, who are traditionally worshipped by the family after their death. In June 1979, the Jino Nationality became the 55th ethnic group of China.
China's Minority Peoples – The Jingpos
The Jingpo population is 119,209. Most of them live in Luxi, Longchuan, Yingjiang, Ruili and Lianghe counties of Dehong Dai-Jingpo
China's Minority Peoples – The Jings
The Jings’ ancestors formerly lived in Jipo of Vietnam. about 400 years ago, some, living in the coastal area Tushan, migrated and settled down in the Wutou Island. In history, the Jings were called "Yuezu". After the founding of new China, they were officially called the Jing Nationality.
China's Minority Peoples – The Huis 回族
The dress of the Huis looks almost the same as that of the Hans. The difference is headgear. Hui men wear white, black or brown caps. Women wear long head scarves. In the northwest areas, young women wear green head scarves; middle-aged women wear black or green, while old women wear white.
China's Minority Peoples – The Hezhens
The Hezhen Nationality, with a population of 4.245, is one of the smallest ethnic groups of China. Most Hezhen people