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Malay descendant communities in China

Author: 刘, Yusuf宝军, 1963- author. Hj. Yusuf Liu Baojun = 馬来人後裔社會在中國 / 劉寶軍. ; Yusuf Baojun Liu
Publisher: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia : Saba Islamic Media Sdn Bhd, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Apart from more than three hundred million Malays living in the vast Malay Archipelago, the early marine navigation and colonisation factors also saw the Malay diaspora societies being distributed around the world, such as Cape Town, South Africa; Australia, Sri Lanka, China and other countries thereby reflecting their communication and emigration history.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 刘, Yusuf宝军, 1963- author. Hj. Yusuf Liu Baojun = 馬来人後裔社會在中國 / 劉寶軍. ; Yusuf Baojun Liu
ISBN: 9789675068805 9675068809
OCLC Number: 870322331
Language Note: Text in English and Chinese.
Description: 256 pages ; 27 cm
Other Titles: Malai ren hou yi she hui zai Zhongguo
Masyarakat Melayu di negara China
Responsibility: Hj. Yusuf Liu Baojun = Malai ren hou yi she hui zai Zhongguo / Liu Baojun.

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Apart from more than three hundred million Malays living in the vast Malay Archipelago, the early marine navigation and colonisation factors also saw the Malay diaspora societies being distributed around the world, such as Cape Town, South Africa; Australia, Sri Lanka, China and other countries thereby reflecting their communication and emigration history.

Ever since Cheng Ho's visitation to Southeast Asia during the Ming Dynasty, the relationship between the Malay community and China has become even closer. In the land of China there were three Malay Kings who were buried here. Besides, the communities of the Malay descendants can also be found in Hainan Island, Nanjing, Dezhou, Taiwan and other places. The Malay Descendants Communities in China is a pioneering illustrated book of relevant documents and photographs, which features the history and current situation of the Malay descendants in a synthesized approach.

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