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The Gejia

Name: Gejia Miao, Gemo, Gedou

Population: 30,000?

Habitat: Guizhou Province, north of Kaili city.

Introductory Articles in Ethnic China

All we are Gejia: the Gejia were depicted as a branch of the Miao and at the same time as a different people.

Scholars Researches available in the Web

Joakin Enwall.- Introductory remarks on M-H. Hutton's Keh Deo writing.

The Ge, a Hmong subgroup, is in the People's Republic of China officially defined as part of the Miao people...Howewer the Ge do not accept to be classified as Miao, and have asked the authorities to recognize them as a separate minority

Books and references

Free books about the Gejia
Basic Bibliography of the Gejia
Chinese Bibliography of the Gejia

Photo Exhibitions

Ethnic China photo exhibitions
More Photo exhibitions

Music

Gejia music
A guide to download their music

Films and Video

Documentary Films about the Gejia
Available dvds and vcds about the Gejia
Image of the the Gejia in the cinema

Art and Handicrafts

The Gejia in the art
Art Exhibitions

Travel

Travel to Gejia lands

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