The Hui of China: An Ethnic Group at the Intersection of Civilizations

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China is a uniried multi—ethnic nation of 56 ethnic groups.As manifested throughout its five—millennia history, for both each cthiiic group and the Chincse nation as a whole, unity leads to prosperity while rifts lead to destruction.National unity and idcntity are the mainstream of China's ethnic relations.Long—term cocxistence and effective governance have strcngthened the blood ties of the Chinese nation.China's growth encapsulates the wisdom, courage and diligence of all its ethnic groups.The Hui is one of them.Chinese history has witnessed quite a number of outstanding Hui peoplt coming to the fore.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Tang and Song Time: Gestation and Growth at the Confluence of Civilizations
Ⅰ.ALI Peoples L'nder Heaven Are Family: A Confident and Tolerant Chinese Civilization
Ⅱ.The Tang and Dayi (Arab Empire)
Ⅲ.The Islamic Civilizadon
Ⅳ.Larly Disseminators of Islamie Culrure in the Western Regions
Ⅴ.Renoxvned EarlyMosciuesin China
Ⅵ.The Contribudon of Islamie Civilizadon
Ⅶ.The Jurispfudential Sources and Foundation of Islamic Law
Ⅷ.Relations Between the Arab Empire and China
Ⅸ.Role of the Huiin the Spread of Two Civilizanons
Chapter 2 The Huiin the Yuan and Ming Dynasties: Pain and Growth
Ⅰ.Yuan Dynasty (1271—1368): Formation of the Hui
Ⅱ.Ming Dynasty (1368—1644): The Moslems Displayed Highlighted National Spirit
Chapter 3 The Huiin the Qing Dynasty: Resisting Persecution and Defending National Territory
Ⅰ.Opposing Persecution for Survival and Forging Ahead for Freedom
Ⅱ.Anti—Imperialist Hui Patriots
Ⅲ.Defending National Sovereignty by Strengthening State and Military Power
Ⅳ.Hui Civil Officials and Military Officers in the Qing Dynasty
Ⅴ.Hui Poets, Painters and Calligraphers in the Qing Dynasty
Ⅵ.Renowvned Islamie Scholars in the Qing Dynasty
Ⅶ.Birth of Different Orders and Menbuan of Islam in the Qing Dynasty
Chapter 4 The Hui During the Republic of China Era
Ⅰ.Huis of Ideals and Integrityin the Revolution of 1911
Ⅱ.Hui Forerunners in the New Culture Movement
Ⅲ.Hui Heroes in the Nexv—Democratic Revolution
Ⅳ.Hui New Culture Movement and Reform of Mosque Education
Ⅴ.New—Style Education and Hui Schools
Ⅵ.Huis of Insight CalLing for National Self—Improvement and Revitalizarion
Ⅶ.Hui Soldiefs Braving the Brutality of the Enemies
Ⅷ.Defencling National Sovereignty and Maintaining Nadonal Uruty
Ⅸ.Hui People Supporting the Red Army Marching North to Fight Japanese Aggressors
Ⅹ.Hui People Rose and United in Fightingjapanese Aggressors
Ⅺ.Hui Officers and Men: Battlingjapanese Invaders Valiantly
Ⅻ.Scorching the Land to Resist Japanese Aggressors
Chapter 5 The Huiin the People's Republic of China
Ⅰ.The PRC's Policies Concefning Ethnie Affairs
Ⅱ.Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region: Booming and Thriving
Ⅲ.Senior Revolutionaries
Ⅳ.Leading Officials of a New Era
Ⅵ.Scientific and Technological Talents
Ⅶ.Medical Experts
Ⅷ.Business People
Ⅺ.Men of Letters
Ⅻ.Performing Artists
Ⅻ.Painters and Calligraphers
ⅩⅣ.Pauiouc Religious People
ⅩⅥ.Folk Artists
ⅩⅦ.Outstanding Contemporaries
Chapter 6 Hui Religious Beliefs and Practices, Customs and Traditions
Ⅰ.Hui Religious Beliefs and Practices
Ⅱ.Hui Holidays and Celebrauons
Ⅲ.HLU Religious Ceremonies
Ⅳ.Hui Surnames, Fanuly Trees and Clan Genealogies
Ⅴ.Hui Attire
Ⅵ.Halal Diet
Ⅶ.Mosque Culture
Ⅷ.Jingtang Language and Xiao'erjin
Ⅸ.Hui Tradirions
Ⅹ.Hui Intangible Cultural Heritages
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