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The Buyi or Bouyei people (Self called: "Puyi", "Puzhong", "Burao", "Puman"; Chinese: 布依族; pinyin: byī z) are an ethnic group living in southern People's Republic of China.


The Buyi live in semi-tropical, high-altitude forests of Guizhou province, as well as in Yunnan and Sichuan provinces, and speak a Tai language related to Zhuang. Traditionally they practice animism, although some have now converted to Christianity.


External link

  • http://www.china.org.cn/e-groups/shaoshu/shao-2-bouyei.htm


Chinese ethnic groups (classification by PRC government)
Achang - Bai - Blang - Bonan - Buyi - Dai - Daur - De'ang - Dong - Dongxiang _ Drung - Evenks - Gaoshan - Gelao - Gin - Han - Hani - Hezhen - Hui _ Jingpo - Jino - Kazakh - Kirghiz - Koreans _ Lahu - Lhoba - Li - Lisu - Manchu _ Maonan - Monpa - Miao - Mongols - Mulam _ Naxi - Nu - Oroqin - Pumi - Russian - Salar - She - Shui - Tajik - Tatars - Tibetan - Tu _ Tujia - Uyghur - Uzbek - Wa - Xibe - Yao - Yi - Yugur - Zhuang





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China Source (1254 words)
The Buyi have a common ancestry with the Zhuang.
The Buyi are known as masters of resist dyeing (batik) and as lovers of music.
Near Guiyang and Anshun, the Buyi have adopted Chinese patterns of courtship and marriage.
Buyi (336 words)
The Buyi are sheltered in homes usually made of stone with roofs of thatch.
After a couple is married the young woman continues to live with her family until the arrival of her first child.
The Buyi are known for their dying techniques.
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