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Zhuang sunt gens indigena in Quansia rei publicae popularis Sinarum, ubi dimidiam partem incolarum constituunt (1 6 200 000).

Aestimatur eos circiter 18 540 000 esse (2010). Maxima pars incolae Quansiae sunt, sed etiam in Yunnan (1 600 000), Quantunia (600 000) vivunt. [1]

Eruditio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Huang Xianfan (1899–1982) libros nonnullos de gente Zhuang scripsit, inter quos investigationes carminum (1957) et historiae huius populi (1957, 1988). Huang Xianfan fuit initiator nonnullarum investigationum in Sinarum atque conditor studiorum Zhuang.[2]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. statistics Sinis(Sinice)
  2. Mo Jun. Fundator zhuangologia: Huang Xianfan. Cotidie Quansia, 3 September 2002.(Sinice)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Jeffrey G. Barlow, "Culture, Ethnic Identity, and Early Weapons Systems: The Sino-Vietnamese Frontier." in Steven Tototsy de Zepetnek, Jennifer W. Jay, edd., East Asian Cultural and Historical Perspectives (Edmonton: University of Alberta Research Institute for Comparative Literature and Cross-Cultural Studies, 1997)
  • Jeffrey G. Barlow, "The Zhuang Minority in the Ming Era" in Ming Studies no. 28 (Aut. 1989)
  • Jeffrey G. Barlow, "The Zhuang Minority of the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier in the Song Era" in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies vol. 18 (1987)
  • Jeffrey G. Barlow, Morgan Day, "Ethnic Conflict and the Origins of Kajukenbo" in Journal of Asian Martial Arts vol. 2 no. 4 (1993) pp. 66-75
  • Du Liping, "A Unique Chinese Medicine Market in Guangxi" in Ethnology vol. 46 (2007) pp. 81-91 JSTOR

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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