Ibrahim's story

@article{Clark2011IbrahimsS,
  title={Ibrahim's story},
  author={William Robinson Clark},
  journal={Asian Ethnicity},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={203 - 219}
}
  • W. Clark
  • Published 1 June 2011
  • History
  • Asian Ethnicity
The article details the personal and professional life of Ibrahim Muti'i (1920–2010), a well-known Uighur linguist. Through a series of interviews, Mr. Muti'i sketched the events he wanted to be remembered. Mr. Muti'i's life story corresponds with many of the significant events in Northwest China both in the Republican era (1911–1949) and the first decades of the People's Republic of China era. 
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