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Exhibition of achievements in five autonomous regions held in Beijing
People visit an exhibition of achievements in China's Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, Guangxi, Ningxia and Tibet autonomous regions, at the Cultural Palace of Nationalities in Beijing, Aug. 26, 2009. The exhibition, which opened on Tuesday, introduces refulgent achievements of the economic development and the national unity in the five Chinese autonomous regions.
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Inner Mongolia Autonomous R...
Situated on China's northern frontier, the Inner Mongolia Autonomou...
Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous R...
Xinjiang, China's largest province-level unit of administration in ...
Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous R...
The Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is located in southern China. ...
Ningxia Hui Autonomous Regi...
This autonomous region with a large Muslim population is situated o...
Tibet Autonomous Region
Tibet is an autonomous region of the People's Republic of China and...
 
Preface
Since the founding of New China in 1949, and especially since the introduction of the reform and opening-up policy, the people of all ethnic groups across the country, guided by the Party's ethnic minority policy, have substantially united on an unprecedented level. Their remarkable achievements in different aspects of social construction have drawn the world's eye. It is proved beyond any doubt that no progress in ethnic minority areas, even the unity, prosperity and stability of the whole nation, are possible without the leadership of the Communist Party of China, the unity and hard working of all members of Chinese family, firm adherence to socialism with Chinese characteristics, regional autonomy for ethnic minority areas and harmonious relations among ethnic groups based on equality, unity and mutual help.
Inner Mongolia
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Infrastructures are im...   New mode industrializa...   Stability in border ar...   Implementation of poli...   President Hu Jintao in...  
Situated in china's northern frontier, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region covers an area of 1.18 million square kilometers, with a population of 24.13 million people of different ethnic groups by the end of 2008. Among the regional residents, 4.36 million are Mongolian and the rest are other ethnic groups including Han, Hui, Manchu, Ewenki, Oroqen and Daur. The region, abundant in natural resources, borders the Republic of Mongolia and Russia on its north and has Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Hebei, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia and Gansu on its south, west and east. Over the past more than 60 years since the founding of the region on May 1, 1947, the regional government has made huge efforts in different aspects of social construction...
Xinjiang
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Rapid development of f...   Nature environment   Changes of Bazzar   Premier Wen Jiabao ins...   Chairman Mao shaking h...  
Located in China's northwest frontier, the Xingjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, with a diversity of natural resources, covers an area of 1.66 million square kilometers, bordering Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Kirghizstan. Among all Chinese administrative areas, Xinjiang is the largest, with a 5,600-kilometer borderline and more foreign neighbors than ant other area of China. The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, founded on October 1, 1955, is inhabited by multiple ethnic groups. Among 21.3 million people (according to a 2008 census), 9.83 million are Uygur and the rest are other ethnic groups including Han, Hui, Mongolian, Manchu, Kazak, Kirgiz, Taijik, Xibe and Uzbek. Over the past years, the region has made huge progress in science and technology, public health, sports, press, filmmaking, publishing, radio and television broadcast. More and more ethnic minority people have assumed the leading positions at different levels, and minority languages and customs are fully respected.
Guangxi
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Development of sport i...   Protection of cultural...   Achievements in educat...   Achievements in scienc...   Commercial business  
Located in China's southern frontier, the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region covers an area of 236,700 square kilometers, with the Beibu Gulf on its south, Vietnam on its southwest, Guangdong, HongKong and Macao on its east, and the central regions of China on its north. Rich in mineral, marine, and biological resources, the regions has a population of 50.49 million people, according to a 2008 census. Among its residents, 16.65 million are Zhuang and 2.94 million are of other 12 ethnic minorities including Yao, Miao, Dong, Mulao, Maonan, Hui, Jing, Yi, Gelao and Shui. Officially founded on March 5, 1958, the regional government has regarded development as the top priority. During the past fifty years, it has made big efforts to develop industry and agriculture, reinforce infrastructure construction, and accelerate the development of the tertiary industry.
Ningxia
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Agriculture demonstrat...   Industrial area   Chinese Hui Culture Th...   NPC deputy   Ethnic unity  
As one of the five autonomous regions in China, the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in China's northwest spans an area of 66,400 square kilometers, with a population of 6.18 million people. Among them, 2.22 million are Hui and 40,000 are Manchu, Mongol and Dongxiang people. Ningxia, famous for its beautiful natural landscapes and rich historical and cultural heritage, ranks the third in the country in per capita cultivated area. Blessed by the Yellow River, the region is one of the four commodity grain production bases of China and one of the three national demonstration areas for modern agriculture. Among its fifty-plus mineral deposits, its coal resource ranks the sixth in the country. Ningxia also ranks the first in electricity generation and the third in per capita coal production. It has advanced highway, railway, air transportation and telecommunication network. For ten years in a row, its economic growth rate is higher than the average level of the country.
Tibet
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Harmonious nature envi...   Tibetan language teach...   Qinghai-Tibet railway   Democratic election of...   President Hu Jintao ta...  
Tibet has been an inseparable part of China since ancient times. It saw a peaceful liberation in 1951, experienced a democratic reform in 1959, and became an autonomous region in 1965. Over the past more than 40 years, all the ethnic groups in Tibet have upheld the banner of unity, adhered to the leadership of the Communist Party of China, stuck to the socialist system, adhered to the system of regional ethnic autonomy, safeguarded national unity, and fought against any separatist attempt. They have made a huge progress in building a new, united, harmonious, and democratic Tibet. The remarkable achievements they have made are seen in all aspects: political construction, economic development, cultural development, social progress, and ecological conservation. In today's Tibet, economy is booming, society stable, ethnic groups united, cultural activities prosperous, eco-environment beautiful, and people's lives much improved than before.
 
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