Hattaway, Paul 2000

Hattaway, Paul. 2000. Operation China: Introducing all the peoples of China. Pasadena, CA: Piquant. xiv+706pp.

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  address    = {Pasadena, CA},
  author     = {Hattaway, Paul},
  pages      = {xiv+706},
  publisher  = {Piquant},
  title      = {Operation China: Introducing all the peoples of China},
  year       = {2000},
  besttxt    = {ptxt2\eurasia\hattaway_china2000_o.txt},
  cfn        = {eurasia\hattaway_china2000v2_o.pdf},
  fn         = {eurasia\hattaway_china2000_o.pdf, eurasia\hattaway_china2000v2_o.pdf, eurasia\hattaway_china2000.pdf},
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  inlg       = {English [eng]},
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Chuanlan, Chuanqing, Cun, Daizhan, Daur, Daur-Western, De'ang-Pale, De'ang-Rumai, De'ang-Shwe, Deng-Darang, Deng-Geman, Depo, Derung, Dianbao, Diao, Digao, Dong-Northern, Dong-Southern, Dongnu, Dongxiang [sce], Doupo, Duoluo, Duota = Honi [how], E = E [eee], Eka, Enipu, Enu, Ergong, Ersu, Ewenki-Solon, Ewenki-Tungus, Fuma = Cun [cuq], Gaiji, Gaisu-Southern, Gaisu-Western, Ga Mong, Gao, Ge, Gelao, Gepo-Eastern, Gepo-Western, Gese, Gesu, Gha-Mu, Ghao-Xong-Eastern, Ghao-Wong-Western, Giay = Bouyei [pcc], Golog, Gouzou, Groma, Guaigun, Guiqiong, Guopo, Hagei, Hakka, Hakka-Hainan Island, Han-Chinese Cantonese, Han-Chinese Dan, Han-Chinese Gan, Han-Chinese Hainanese, Han-Chinese-Hui'an, Han-Chinese Huizhou, Han-Chinese Jin, Han-Chinese Mandarin, Han-Chinese Min Bei, Han-Chinese Min Dong, Han-Chinese Min Nan, Han-Chinese Min Chong, Han-Chinese Pinghua, Han-Chinese Puxian, Han-Chinese Shaojiang, Han-Chinese Shaozhou, Han-Chinese Waxiang, Han-Chinese Wu, Han-Chinese Xiang, Han Chinese Xunpu, Hani = Hani [hni], Han Tai, Haoni, Hdzanggur, Hezhen, Hkauri, Hmong Be, Hmong Bua, Hmong Daw, Hmong Dlex Nchab, Hmong Dou, Hmong Njua, Hmong Shuad, Hmong Vron, Eastern Hmu, Northern Hmu = Miao-Northern Qiandong [hea], Southern Hmu, Hongjin Tai, Horned Miao, Hu, Hua Miao, Huayao Tai, Hui, Indonesian, Iu Mien, Iu Mien Changping, Iu Mien Hunan, Iu Mien Luoxiang, Japanese, Jiarong-Chabao, Jiarong-Guanyingqiao, Jiarong-Shangzhai = Shangzhai [jih], Jiarong-Sidabao = Zbu [NOCODE_Zbu], Jiarong-Situ, Jiasou, Jing, Jingpo, Jino, Jino-Buyuan, Kado, Kawa, Kazak, Kazak-Qinghai, Keji, Kemei, Keriya, Khakas, Khampa-Eastern, Khampa-Northern, Khampa-Western, Khmu [kjg], Kim Mun, Kiong Nai, Kirgiz, Kong Ge, Korean, Kuan, Kucong [lkc], Kyakala, Kyerung, Laba, Labapo, Ladakhi, Lagou, Lahu, Lahuli-Tinan, Laka, Lakkia, Lalu-Xinping, Lalu-Xuzhang, Lalu-Yangliu, Laluo-Jiantou, Laluo-Mishaba, Lama, Lami, Laopang, Laowu, Lashi, Lati, Lawa, Lawu, Lemo, Lesu, Lhoba-Bogar, Lhoba-Yidu, Lhomi, Li-Bendi, Li-Ha, Li-Jiamao, Li-Meifu, Li-Qi, Limi, Limin, Lingao, Linghua, Lipo-Eastern, Lipo-Western, Lisu, Liude, Liujia, Liwu, Long, Longjia, Lopi, Lu, Luoluopo-Centr, Luoluopo-Southeastern, Luoluopo-Western, Luowu, Luzu, Malimasa, Manchu, Mang, Manmet, Manyak, Maonan, Maru, Meng, Mengwu, Menia, Miao-Baishi, Miao-Chuan, Miao-Enshi, Miao-Guiyang (Northern), Miao-Guiyang (Northwestern), Miao-Guiyang (South Central), Miao-Guiyang (Southern), Miao-Guiyang (Southwestern), Miao-Huishui (Central), Miao-Huishui (Eastern), Miao-Huishui (Northern) = Northern Huishui Hmong [hmi], Miao-Huishui (Southwestern), Miao-Luobohe, Miao-Lupanshui, Miao-Mashan (Central), Miao-Mashan (Northern), Miao-Mashan (Southern), Miao-Mashan (Western), Micha, Michi, Miguba, Mili, Ming, Minglang, Minyak = Minyag-Western [wmg], Mixisu, Mjuniang, Mo, Monba-Cona, Monba-Medog, Mongol, Mongol-Alxa, Mongol-Khalka, Mongol-Khamnigan, Mongol-Sichuan, Mongol-Yunnan, Mongour, Mosuo, Mozhihei, Muda, Muji, Mulao, Mulao Jia, Muzi, Naheng, Naisu, Naju, Naluo, Namuyi, Nanjingren, Naru, Naruo, Nasu-Eastern, Nasu-Jinghong, Nasu-Panxian, Nasu-Southern, Nasu-Western, Nasu-Wusa, Naxi, Naxi-Northern, Naza, Neisu, Neisu-Da Hei, Neisu-Xiao Hei, Niesu-Central, Nisu-Jianshui, Nisu-Xinping, Nisu-Yuanyang, Nosu-Butuo, Nosu-Mangbu, Nosu-Shengzha, Nosu-Shuixi, Nosu-Tianba, Nosu-Xiaoliangshan, Nosu-Yinuo, Nu, Nubra, Numao, Nung, Nunu, Oirat, Olot, Ongkor, Oroqen, Paiwan [pwn], Palyu, Pana, Paxi, Pengzi, Pingdi, Poluo, Popei, Pubiao, Pula, Puman, Pumi, Purik, Puroik, Pusha, Puwa, Qanu, Qiang-Cimulin, Qiang-Dajishan, Qiang-Heihu, Qiang-Jiaochang, Qiang-Longxi = Qiang-Southern [qxs], Qiang-Luhua, Qiang-Mawo, Qiang-Mianchi, Qiang-Sanlong, Qiang-Taoping, Qiang-Yadu, Qiangyi, Qixingmin, Queyu, Rao, Rawang, Riang, Russian, Salar, Samadu-Eastern, Samadu-Western, Saman, Samei, Samtao, Sanda, Sani, Sanie, Sanqiao, Sansu, Shan, She, Shenzhou, Sherpa, Shixing, Shui = Sui [swi], Shui-Yunnan, Sogwo Arig, Suan, Subei, Suodi, Ta'er, Tagu, Tai Dam, Tai Kao, 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