Malipo County

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Malipo County
Location of Malipo County (pink) and Wenshan Prefecture (yellow) within Yunnan province of China
Location of Malipo County (pink) and Wenshan Prefecture (yellow) within Yunnan province of China
Country China
Province Yunnan
Prefecture Wenshan
Area
 • Total 2,395 km2 (925 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 270,000
 • Density 110/km2 (290/sq mi)
Postal code 663600
Area code(s) 0876
Website http://www.ynmlp.gov.cn/
Emerald crystals, Dayakou emerald mine, Malipo County

Malipo County (麻栗坡县; pinyin: Málìpō Xiàn) is located in Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan province, China.

Ethnic groups[edit]

The following list of ethnic groups and subgroups, and their respective distributions, is from the Malipo County Almanac (2000).

  • Han: 152,407 people (1990)
  • Zhuang: 30,706 people (1990)
  • Miao: 41,620 people (1990)
    • White Miao 白苗 (autonym: Mengdou 蒙逗): Donggan, Xinzhai, Majie, Tiechang
    • Flowery Miao 花苗 (autonyms: Mengcai 蒙彩, Mengleng 蒙冷, Mengshe 蒙舍): Malipo Town, Daping, Mengdong, Nanwenhe, Xiajinchang, Babu, Liuhe, Yangwan
    • Black Miao 黑苗 (autonym: Mengduo 蒙夺): Dongyou 东油,[1] Jiangdong 江东[2] of Babu Township 八布乡
    • Green Miao 青苗 (autonym: Mengzhao 蒙诏): Chonggan 铳干,[3] Yangwan Township 杨万乡 and Tanshan 炭山,[4] Babu Township 八布乡
  • Yao: 17,925 people (1990)
    • Landian [Blue Indigo] Yao 蓝靛瑶 (autonyms: Men 门, Jinmen 金门)
    • Horned Yao 角瑶 (autonym: You Mian 尤棉)
  • Yi: 5,212 people (1990)
    • White Luo 白倮, also Hairy Lolo 毛倮倮 due to their long hair (autonym: Muyasang 木亚桑): Xinzhai 新寨[5] and Chengzhai 城寨[6][7] villages of Xinzhai Township 新寨乡; entered Malipo County during the Qing Dynasty
    • Flowery Luo 花倮, formerly Head-Cutting Luo 砍头倮 (autonyms: Muji 木吉, Egao 呃稿): Mabeng 马崩,[8] Yongli 永利,[9] and Zhelong 者挖[10] villages of Donggan Township 董干镇; entered the Donggan area at the end of the Ming Dynasty and beginning of the Qing Dynasty
    • Mengwu 孟武: Mada Village 马达,[11] Daping Township 大坪镇; entered Malipo County at the end of the Ming Dynasty and beginning of the Qing Dynasty
    • Pubiao 普标, historically Woni 窝泥, and Pubiao Lolo 普标倮倮 during the Republic of China era (autonym: Geibiao 给标): Punong 普弄,[12] Pufeng 普峰, Longlong 竜/龙龙,[13] and other villages. Their ancestors were reported to have migrated from a location called Dayandong 大岩洞 in Pumei 普梅 or gə33 mei33[14](also called Puyang 普阳 or gə33 wan55[14]).
    • Laji 拉基: Maoping 茅坪, Yuhuang 玉皇; Nanwenhe Township 南温河乡, where they were one of the earliest inhabitants; entered Malipo County at the end of the Ming Dynasty and beginning of the Qing Dynasty from a place called Amizhou 阿迷州
  • Dai: 2,664 people (1990), mostly in Nanwenhe Township 南温河乡
  • Gelao: 1,166 people (1990); entered Malipo County at the end of the Ming Dynasty and beginning of the Qing Dynasty from Guizhou and Guangnan County
    • White Gelao 白仡佬
    • Flowery Gelao 花仡佬
    • Green/Bamboo Gelao 青/箐仡佬
  • Mongol: 1,211 people (1990)

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Coordinates: 23°07′32″N 104°42′11″E / 23.12556°N 104.70306°E / 23.12556; 104.70306