Mongols in China

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Chinese Mongols are citizens of China who are ethnic Mongols.wikipedia
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Xinjiang

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Most of them live in Inner Mongolia, Northeast China, Xinjiang, etc.
It is home to a number of ethnic groups, including the Uyghur, Han, Kazakhs, Tibetans, Hui, Tajiks, Kyrgyz, Mongols, Russians and Xibe.

Inner Mongolia

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Most of them live in Inner Mongolia, Northeast China, Xinjiang, etc.
The majority of the population in the region are Han Chinese, with a sizeable titular Mongol minority.

Bortala Mongol Autonomous Prefecture

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Bortala is an autonomous prefecture for Mongol people in the northern middle of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Western China.

Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture

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Bayingolin (often abbreviated to Bayingol; also as Bayinguoleng) is an autonomous prefecture for Mongol people in the southeast of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Western China.

Harqin Zuoyi Mongol Autonomous County

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Harqin Zuoyi Mongol Autonomous County, commonly abbreviated as Kazuo County, is a Mongolian autonomous county in the west of Liaoning province, China.

Hoboksar Mongol Autonomous County

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Hoboksar (refers to the historic name of Hefeng County, ) is an autonomous county for Mongol people in the middle north of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Western China, it is under administration of Tacheng Prefecture.

Ethnic minorities in China

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They form one of the 55 ethnic minorities officially recognized by the People's Republic of China.
The next largest ethnic groups in terms of population include the Zhuang (18 million), Manchu (15 million), Hui (10 million), Miao (9 million), Uyghur (8 million), Yi (7.8 million), Tujia (8 million), Mongols (5.8 million), Tibetans (5.4 million), Buyei (3 million), Yao (3.1 million), and Koreans (2.5 million).

Northeast China

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Most of them live in Inner Mongolia, Northeast China, Xinjiang, etc.
Ethnic Manchus form the second significant ethnic group in Northeast China, followed by the Mongols, Koreans, and the Huis, as well as 49 other ethnic minorities such as Daurs, Sibos, Hezhens, Oroqens, Evenks, Kyrgyz, etc.

Uyunqimg

Uyunqimg or Oyunchimeg (born December 1942) is a retired Chinese politician of Mongolian ethnicity.

Siqin Gaowa

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Siqin Gaowa (, Mongolian Cyrillic Цэцэнгуа, born 19 January 1950), born Duan Anlin, is a Chinese actress with a Han Chinese father and a Mongolian mother.

Mengke Bateer

Like many other ethnic Mongols, he does not have a family name, and his full name is a composition of two words: Mönkh (Eternal) and Baatar (Hero).

Uudam

Sunam Uudam
Uudam Sonam, also Wudamu (Уудам in Mongolian Cyrillic; born on September 9, 1999) is a Mongol Chinese young singer, who participated in the 2011 season of China's Got Talent.

Tuvans

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A non-Mongolic ethnic group, the Tuvans are also classified as Mongols by China.
Tuvans in China, who live mostly in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region, are included under the Mongol nationality.

Wang Lijun

Wang is ethnically Mongol and was born in Arxan, Inner Mongolia.

Sichuan Mongols

Szechuan
The Sichuan Mongols are officially counted among the Mongolian nationality in China.

Mongolians in Taiwan

Mongols
There were a few ethnic Mongols from Inner Mongolia—citizens of the Republic of China, not of Mongolia—who came with the Kuomintang during their 1949 retreat from mainland China after losing the Chinese Civil War.

Ulan (politician)

UlanWu Lan
Ulan (Mongolian: ; born November 1962), also romanized as Ulagan, or Wulan, is a Chinese politician of Mongol heritage, serving since 2016 as the Deputy Communist Party Secretary of Hunan.

Demographics of China

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Large ethnic minorities (data according to the 2000 census) include the Zhuang (16 million, 1.28%), Manchu (10 million, 0.84%), Uyghur (9 million, 0.78%), Hui (9 million, 0.71%), Miao (8 million, 0.71%), Yi (7 million, 0.61%), Tujia (5.75 million, 0.63%), Mongols (5 million, 0.46%), Tibetan (5 million, 0.43%), Buyei (3 million, 0.23%), and Korean (2 million, 0.15%).