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Fei, X.T. (2003) The Pluralistic and Integrated Pattern of the Chinese Nation (Revised). Central University for Nationalities, Beijing.

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  • TITLE: On the National Identity and Ethnical Identity of Cross-Border Minzu —A Case Study of Yao Minzu in the Estuary of Yunnan Province

    AUTHORS: Linying Dong

    KEYWORDS: Cross-Border, Minzu, Identity

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.7 No.6, June 30, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The cross-border minzu in Yunnan Province has diverse history and culture, which has something in common with the same minzu abroad in terms of ethnic origin, language, religious beliefs, customs and so on. In order to deal with the problem of cross-border ethnic identity, we must correctly understand the relationship between cross-border ethnic cultural identity and political identity. Through the investigation and study of the Yao Autonomous County in the estuary of the Sino-Vietnamese border in Yunnan Province, this paper attempts to analyze the relationship between national identity and ethnical identity, that is, political identity and cultural identity, taking the cross-border nationality—Yao minzu as an example. It is considered that the national identity and ethnical identity of the same minzu do not have identity, the national identity is higher than the ethnical identity, and the construction of national identity can only fully respect the ethnic identity of minzu, including cross-border minzu. Only in this way can we finally realize the integration of national identity and ethnical identity.