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Please refrain from making edits which are highly dubious and not properly sourced. Hu specifically refers to non-Han people from the West (e.g. the Western Regions and Central Asia during the Tang Dynasty, therefore considered foreign), you can find this usage in any Tang texts. If you read the poem by Bai Juyi then you'd realized that what he specifically referred to are foreigners in China and that is the point of the poem. Everything in your edits are highly suspect. Just read the page on Hakka people and you'd find that any proposed link to nomadic people is controversial. Please do not force your views on Wikipedia. There are academic sources in the history sections, you don't have any proper academic sources for historical link of the Qilin dance to the lion dance, and even if there are sources, it is just one of many very minor forms of such dances, and do not deserve such prominence. Hzh (talk) 12:12, 4 February 2014 (UTC)
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