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Me·o

 (mē-ou′)
n. Often Offensive
Hmong.

[Vietnamese Mèo.]
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The project location, Chengbu, Hunan province an autonomous and largely rural county in the south of the country is also home to the minority Miao people.
Visitors can stay longer to have a more intimate understanding of the Li and Miao people by immersing in their cultures by trying out their craft and sampling their cuisine.
This study examines Qing imperial attention to the messianic "Miao kings" of China's 1795-7 Miao revolt--how state agents defined and handled these native contenders, as well what the rendering implied for ideas of regional Miao people and Hunan "Miao Frontier" planning.
The tour focus is more on the Miao people that boast a splendid culture with eye dazzling costumes, mysterious witchcraft and a turbulent history.
The study site, with a mix of Yi, Han, and Miao people living in five natural villages, is not the most marginalized area in Yunnan.
Shen's fiction chronicles the parallel historical experience of the Miao people of west Hunan going from primeval isolation to being absorbed into the national community and of China going from a dynastic empire to a modern nation-state.
NEXT STOP: the remote, mountainous village of the Miao people. Our bus is unable to climb the steep, narrow and rugged terrain so we are transported in several batches by a sports utility vehicle.
Next come tightly focused tales of three localities: Jiaxing, just south of the Yangzi delta; Guizhou Province in the south, originally home to the Miao people; and Zunhua in the northeast.
Part II, which includes Norma Diamond's study of Samuel Pollard's extraordinary work among the Hua Miao people of Guizhou, documents the greater receptivity of ethnic and marginal groups (e.g.
For example the China Tour Guide (9) advertises the "Lusheng Festival of the Miao people" in Zhouxi, Kaili City and the Gulong Village in Huangping County, Guizhou, held on days 16-20 of the first lunar month and "attracting 30,000 to 40,000 people." At this event,
(9) http://www.chinatourguide.com/guizhou/Lusheng Festival of the Miao People.h tml
Some, such as scholar Kao-Ly Yang in the Hmong historical timeline on her website, are more cautious, and use phrases, such as "Chi-You, the mythical ancestor of the Miao people in Central China." (9) Other sources, such as the above mentioned YouTube video, claim that Chi You was the ancestral king of the Hmong.