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The Hui ethnic minority, descendants of Silk Road traders who settled and married in China, look and sound like the majority Han. They are distinguished
At the New York Times, Michael Forsythe cites coverage from U.S. government-funded Radio Free Asia on a suicide attack in Hotan Prefecture,
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Following several highly publicized killings by the Islamic State, Chinese netizens have been discussing Beijing’s role in combatting
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