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A Study of Frontier People's Identity in Yunnan Section of Sino-Vietnamese Border Based on National Political Scenario

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DOI: 10.23977/icpem.2019.047


Haiyan Zhao, Daibao Lu

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Haiyan Zhao


The establishment of an independent national state between China and Vietnam allows the border groups originally living in the same region to belong to different countries because of the division of national boundaries. The political, economic and cultural systems of the two countries have great impacts on the border people of China and Vietnam, thus forming their own different values, lifestyles and sense of national belonging. However, the recognition of the border people to the country they belong to is always connected with the specific and actual national interests and feelings, which requires the government to take full account of the opportunities for the acquisition of the rights and interests of the border people and the traditional expression in the construction of the national system.


Country, political scene, frontier people, identity

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