History of Islam in China
The history of Islam in China began when four Ṣaḥābā—Sa‘d ibn Abī Waqqās (594–674), Ja'far ibn Abi Talib, and Jahsh preached in 616/17 and onwards in China after coming from Chittagong-Kamrup-Manipur ...
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Islam during the Tang Dynasty
The History of Islam in China goes back to the earliest years of Islam. According to China Muslims' traditional legendary accounts, eighteen years after Muhammad's death, the third Caliph of Islam, Ut...
Xian Mosque
The Great Mosque of Xi'an (Chinese: 西安大清真寺; pinyin: Xī’ān Dà Qīngzhēnsì), located near the Drum Tower on 30 Huajue Lane of Xi'an, Shaanxi province, China. The mosque covers 130,000 square mete...
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Islam during the Song Dynasty
The transition from the Tang to the Song dynasty (960–1279) in China did not greatly interrupt the trends of Muslims established during the Tang.
Many Muslims began to go to China to trade during ...
Islam during the Song Dynasty - Wikipedia
Islam during the Yuan Dynasty
The establishment of the Yuan dynasty in China had dramatically increased the amount of Muslims in China. Foreigners in China were given an elevated status in the hierarchy of the new regime. The impa...
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Islam during the Ming Dynasty
As the Yuan dynasty ended, many Mongols as well as the Muslims who came with them remained in China. Most of their descendants took Chinese names and became part of the diverse cultural world of China...
Islam during the Ming Dynasty - Wikipedia
Islam during the Qing Dynasty
Qing dynasty (1644–1911). The Qing rulers were Manchu, not Han, and were themselves a minority in China. The Qing dynasty witnessed five Muslim rebellions.
When the Qing dynasty invaded the Ming d...
Islam during the Qing Dynasty - Wikipedia
Dungan revolt (1862-1877)
The Dungan Revolt (1862–77) (simplified Chinese: 同治回变; traditional Chinese: 同治回變; pinyin: Tóngzhì Huí Biàn) was a mainly ethnic war in 19th-century China also known as the Hui Minorities W...
Dungan revolt (1862-1877) - Wikipedia
Panthay Rebellion
The Panthay Rebellion (1856–1873), known in Chinese sources as the Du Wenxiu Rebellion (Tu Wen-hsiu Rebellion; Chinese: 杜文秀起義; pinyin: Dù Wénxiù Qǐyì), was a rebellion of the Muslim Hui ...
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Islam in China (1911-present)
After the fall of the Qing Dynasty, Sun Yat Sen, who led the new republic, immediately proclaimed that the country belonged equally to the Han, Hui (Muslim), Meng (Mongol), and the Tsang (Tibetan) peo...
Chinese Islamic cuisine
Chinese Islamic cuisine (Chinese: 清真菜; pinyin: qīngzhēn cài; literally: "Ḥalāl cuisine" or Chinese: 回族菜; pinyin: huízú cài; literally: "Hui people's cuisine") is the cuisine of...
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Chinese mosques
This is a list of notable mosques in China. A mosque is a place of worship for followers of the religion of Islam. The first mosque in China was the Great Mosque of Xi'an, or the Xi'an Mosque, which ...
Chinese mosques - Wikipedia
Sini (script)
Sini is a Chinese Islamic calligraphic form for the Arabic script. It can refer to any type of Chinese Islamic calligraphy, but is commonly used to refer to one with thick and tapered effects, much li...
Sini (script) - Wikipedia