The Zhuang Minority Peoples of the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier in the Song Period

@article{Barlow1987TheZM,
  title={The Zhuang Minority Peoples of the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier in the Song Period},
  author={Jeffrey Barlow},
  journal={Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year={1987},
  volume={18},
  pages={250 - 269}
}
  • J. Barlow
  • Published 1 September 1987
  • Geology
  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
The Zhuang of south China are the most numerous of the Chinese minority peoples. In Vietnam the Zhuang were identified historically as the Nung, and more recently as the combined Tay-Nung minority, the largest of Vietnam's 36 minority peoples. One of the most critical points in Zhuang history occurred in the Song era [960–1126 A.D.], when the expanding Han Chinese and the Vietnamese began to make a sustained impact in the Zhuang heartlands. Many Zhuang resisted foreign control, striving for… 

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