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When I peeked inside a local Hui mosque on Friday afternoons, I usually saw about ten older Hui men praying. According to the groundskeeper, this was a usual crowd—significantly smaller than the number of Uighur attending services on Fridays. Young Hui in Urumqi know they are Hui and seem proud of it, as though it makes them special when compared to ordinary Han. Yet, aside from perhaps not eating pork—which most Hui with whom I talked said they refrained from doing—they do not seem to observe Islamic doctrine.

The Uighur are a little like children. Children don’t always know what is best for them. ” “Especially now, more and more young Uighur seem content to modernize,” agreed the woman. Despite the widely held belief among Han that the Han influx into Xinjiang has benefited Uighur, many Uighur view migrant Han as problematically as most Han view migrant Uighur. Once, an older Uighur watermelon vendor told me, “China, the Han, they think they own all the land. They think they can do as they please.

My parents sent me to Urumqi to study. But in Urumqi, all my teachers were Uighur. I learned Mandarin from a Uighur teacher. The Uighur teachers aren’t as educated as the Han teachers. The problem is that being Uighur in a classroom of Han students with a Han teacher is also very difficult. You’ll either be ignored or be looked down on. But I still want my children to go to a Han school, especially here in Shanghai. ” While many Shanghai Uighur claimed that they wanted their children to grow up in Shanghai and to study at a Han school where they would get a better education and learn to speak proper Mandarin, some did not share this view.

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