Islam in China
Islam in China has existed through 1,400 years of continuous interaction with Chinese society. Currently, there are Muslims living in every region of China. Various sources estimate different numbers...
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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 ...
History of Islam in China - 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...
Islam during the Yuan Dynasty - Wikipedia
Hui people
The Hui people (Chinese: 回族; pinyin: Huízú, Xiao'erjing: خُوِذُو / حواري, Dungan: Хуэйзў/Huejzw) are a predominantly Muslim ethnic group in China. Hui people are found throughout the country, ...
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Uyghur people
The Uyghurs /ˈwiːɡər/ (Uyghur: ئۇيغۇر‎, ULY: Uyghur ; [ʔʊjˈʁʊː]; Old Turkic: ; simplified Chinese: 维吾尔; traditional Chinese: 維吾爾; pinyin: Wéiwú'ěr) are a Turkic ethnic group l...
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Kazakhs
The Kazakhs (also spelled Kazaks, Qazaqs; Kazakh: Қазақ  qɑzɑ́q , Қазақтар  qɑzɑqtɑ́r ; the English name is transliterated from Russian) are a Turkic people of the northern par...
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Dongxiang people
The Dongxiang people (autonym: Sarta or Santa (撒尔塔); simplified Chinese: 东乡族; traditional Chinese: 東鄉族; pinyin: Dōngxiāngzú; Xiao'erjing: دْوسِيْا) are one of 56 ethnic groups officially r...
Kyrgyz people
The Kyrgyz, also spelled Kyrghyz and Kirghiz, are a Turkic people living primarily in Kyrgyz Republic.
There are several theories on the origin of ethnonym "Kyrgyz". The word "Kyrgyz" is derived f...
Kyrgyz people - Wikipedia
Salar people
The Salar people (Salar: Salır; Chinese: 撒拉族; pinyin: Sālāzú) are an ethnic minority of China who largely speak Salar, in the Oghuz branch of Turkic languages.The Salar people numbered 104...
Tajiks of Xinjiang
Tajiks of Xinjiang or Sarikolis (Sariquli Tajik: [tudʒik], Tujik; Chinese: 塔吉克族; pinyin: Tǎjíkè Zú) are an ethnic group that lives in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in the People's Repu...
Uzbeks
The Uzbeks (Oʻzbek, pl. Oʻzbeklar) are the largest Turkic ethnic group in Central Asia. They comprise the majority population of Uzbekistan but are also found as a minority group in Afghanistan, Tajik...
Bonan
Bonan, or Bao'an may refer to:
Chinese Tatars
The Chinese Tatars (simplified Chinese: 塔塔尔族; traditional Chinese: 塔塔爾族; pinyin: Tǎtǎ'ěrzú; Tatar language: Кытай татарлары) form one of the 56 ethnic groups officially recognized by the P...
Tibetan Muslims
The Tibetan Muslims, also known as the Kachee (Tibetan: ཀ་ཆེ་, Wylie: ka-che; also spelled Kache), form a small minority in Tibet. Despite being Muslim, they are officially recognized as Tibe...
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Muslim groups in China
The vast majority of China's Muslims are Sunni Muslims, though members of other Muslim groups exist, particularly those of Sufi orders.
Gedimu or Qadim is the earliest school of Islam in China. It...
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Islamic Association of China
The Islamic Association of China (simplified Chinese: 中国伊斯兰教协会; traditional Chinese: 中國伊斯蘭教協會; pinyin: Zhōngguó Yīsīlánjiào Xiéhuì; Wade–Giles: Chung-kuo I-szŭ-lan-chiao Hsieh-hui) cla...
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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 ...
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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...
Chinese Islamic cuisine - 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
Xiao'erjing
Xiao'erjing or Xiao'erjin or Xiaor jin or in its shortened form, Xiaojing, literally meaning "children's script" or "minor script" (cf. "original script" referring to the original Perso-Arabic script,...
Xiao'erjing - Wikipedia
Muslim Chinese martial arts
The Hui started and adapted many of the styles of Chinese martial arts such as Bajiquan, Piguaquan, Liu He Quan, and other styles.There were specific areas known to be centers of martial arts, such a...
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Islam in Hong Kong
Islam is practised in Hong Kong by about 300,000 Muslims. About 20,000 of the Muslim families in Hong Kong are 'local boy' families, Muslims of mixed Chinese and South Asian ancestry descended from ea...
Islam in Hong Kong - Wikipedia