Ethnic groups in Chinese history

Ethnic groups in Chinese history

The following are the ethnic groups in Chinese history. Any non clear-cut connection is denoted by a question mark beside the equivalences. As so many ethnic groups have appeared in history, this table is certainly not complete. The purpose of this page is to stimulate conversation and constructive arguments on connecting Eastern and Western knowledge of those ethnic groups.

See also

*History of China
*Chinese sovereign
*Turkic peoples
*Wu Hu
*List of ethnic groups in China
*Ethnic minorities in China
*Languages of China

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