Talk:Dongxiangs

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how to rename this article as[edit]

Dongxiang (ethic group)....the Dongxiang link on the Fuzhou, Jiangxi page links here...but is supposed to be about Dongxiang County in Jiangxi....

Done cab 09:58, 5 April 2006 (UTC)

Dongxiang's languages[edit]

The Dongxiang use Dongxiang (Santa) language as their oral, spoken language, while using Chinese as their written language.

http://traditions.cultural-china.com/en/127Traditions813.html http://traditions.cultural-china.com/en/127Traditions9484.html

http://traditions.cultural-china.com/en/216T5222T11288.html

http://traditions.cultural-china.com/en/127T813T5557.html

04:30, 30 January 2014 (UTC)