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Muslims in China

Spread in Hui, Uygur, Khalkhas, Kazak, Ozbek, minorities, Muslim people population in China was estated in 200 million (2006). And their major dwelling places are southwestern China such as Xinjiang, Gansu, Ningxia, Qinghai etc. Besides, Muslims people also spread in everywhere in China. The number of great mosques in China now reaches 35,000. And the number of religions people and big mullah now reaches 45,000. Gradually, Muslim becomes one of the most important part of Chinese minorities. Here we would like to introduce the Muslims in China to let you know more about this special group.
Muslim in Gansu

Muslim in Gansu

Gansu was the main location of the ancient overland "Silk Road". According to the sixth national census statistics in 2010, Gansu province has 0.13 million Hui population, ranked second after Ningxia in the whole nation. Muslims living in Gansu are relatively convenient. Lanzhou Xiguan ...More

Muslim in Xinjiang

Muslim in Xinjiang

As early as the 10th century, Uygur had established the Qarakhanids in central Asia, Xinjiang kashgar and Hetian area; till the end of the 17th century, Islam became main religion of Xinjiang Uygur, Kazak, Tajikistan, Tatar, etc. According to the 2010 sixth national population census statistics data...More

Muslims in China

Muslims in China

Muslim in China has about 1400 years of history; it has continuous interaction with Chinese society. Each region in China is distributed Muslims. There are a large amount of population of Muslims who believe in Islam in China. Number of Muslims in China China has numerous Muslims who believe in ...More

Localities of Muslims in China

Localities of Muslims in China

There are a large amount of Muslims in China and they spread all over China. Most of the population of Muslims are distributed in Chinese northwest provinces, such as Xinjiang, Gansu, Ningxia, etc. Muslims also can be found throughout the provinces of Yunnan in southwest China and Henan in central C...More

Muslim in Beijing

Muslim in Beijing

The Hui Nationality is the most populous ethnic minorities in Beijing. According to the historical records, there were many Muslims living and building mosques in Beijing since the Yuan Dynasty. According to the sixth census statistics in 2010, Beijing had Hui population of 249223, which mainly are ...More

Muslim in Shanghai

Muslim in Shanghai

The history of Hui Nationality in Shanghai started in the late Song Dynasty and early Yuan Dynasty. At that time, because of campaign and garrison, some generals and soldiers settled down in Shanghai. Shanghai's first mosque (today's Songjiang Mosque) was built in the Yuan Dynasty. Now the Hui Natio...More

Muslim in Zhejiang

Muslim in Zhejiang

The Hui Nationality has a long history in Zhejiang. The notes and local records written by scholars from the Song and Yuan dynasties had recorded the information about the life of the Huis in Hangzhou. During the Yuan Dynasty, the amount of the Huis officials was large and records about their activi...More

Muslim in Henan

Muslim in Henan

Henan Province is the fourth largest province with Hui population after Ningxia, Gansu, Xinjiang. The Hui Nationality has a long history in Henan Province. As early as the tang Dynasty, there were Muslims lived in Henan; the number of Muslims here became more during the Song Dynasty, mostly due to t...More

Muslim in Jiangsu

Muslim in Jiangsu

The history of Hui Nationality in Jiangsu Province can be traced back to Tang and Song dynasties. During that time, there was a very considerable amount of Arab, Persian businessmen who went into business, settled down and reproduce in southeast coast cities like Yangzhou through the maritime Silk R...More

Muslim in Yunnan

Muslim in Yunnan

The Hui Nationality had very first lived in Yunnan since the Tang Dynasty; and at that time, they had built mosques. A large number of the Hui people moved into Yunnan during the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. During the early Qing Dynasty, Yunnan has nearly 800000 Hui population, becoming China sec...More

Muslim in Inner Mongolia

Muslim in Inner Mongolia

The history of the Hui Nationality in Inner Mongolia can be traced back to the Yuan and Ming dynasties, but most of the Hui people moved into Inner Mongolia during the Qing Dynasty. According to the sixth census statistics in 2010, Inner Mongolia's Hui population was about 221483 people, mainly dist...More

 

China Muslim Tours

China Muslim Tours
14 Days Muslim Tour to Silk Road

Destinations: Shanghai-Xian-Dunhuang-Turpan-Urumqi-Beijing

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11 Days Yangtze River Muslim Tour

Destinations: Beijing-Xian-Chongqing-Yangtze River Cruise-Yichang-Shanghai

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12 Days Best China Muslim Tour

Destinations: Beijing-Xian-Shanghai-Guilin-Hong Kong

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9 Days Classical China Muslim Tour

Destinations: Beijing-Xian-Shanghai

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