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Are the Xibe people the same as the Manchu?
Xibe people living in Xinjiang are Qing dynasty colonists in the region. They clearly speak the same language as the Manchu did, which bears a question: Are the Xibe and Manchu people the same ethnic ...
Oct 15 '11 at 17:42
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