Muslims in China: the social and economic situation of the Hui Chinese

@article{Chuah2004MuslimsIC,
  title={Muslims in China: the social and economic situation of the Hui Chinese},
  author={Osman Abdullah Chuah},
  journal={Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs},
  year={2004},
  volume={24},
  pages={155 - 162}
}
  • O. Chuah
  • Published 1 April 2004
  • Education
  • Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs
This paper surveys the Muslim Chinese, the Hui, as a minority ethnic group in their social interaction with the non‐Muslim Chinese, the Han, in China. The findings show that the Hui in China remain a marginalized group with little influence on the political and economic affairs in China. It is also confirmed that since Islam is practised as a comprehensive way of life, which is different from the non‐Muslim Chinese ways, the Han majority recognize the Hui only as a minority ethnic group. The… 
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