Ethnicity, Diversity, and National Integration of China: A Case Study of Miao Community in China
Keywords:China, Ethnicity, Fenghuang, Hunan, Miao, Sanatan Academy
In the realm of historical analysis, the vital role played by communities at the local and village levels, as well as the diverse ethnic groups and marginalized segments of society, in influencing a nation's sociocultural and economic advancement is frequently overlooked. This study endeavors to address this gap in scholarship by shedding light on the importance of the Miao ethnic group in China's developmental history. Examining China's approach to incorporating diverse ethnic minorities into Chinese identity and nationalism holds great importance. The educational system in the village can shed light on both China's education system and its impact on the socio-cultural and economic development of a Miao Community in a rural Chinese village. Additionally, it illustrates how this system contributes to maintaining unity amidst diversity.
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