iverse culture. Gradually annexed by the British East India Company from the e▓ar
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tance▓.Population: 143,500Major areas of distribution: Xinjiang and HeilongjiangLanguage: KirgizReligion: Islam▓The Kirgiz ethnic minority, with a popula▓tion of 143,500, finds 80 per cent of its inhabitants in the Kizilsu Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture in the southwestern part of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The rest live in the neighboring Wushi (Uqturpan), Aksu, Shache (Yar▓kant), Yingisar, Taxkorgan and Pishan (Guma), and in Tekes, Zhaosu (Monggolkure), Emin (Dorbiljin)▓, Bole (Bortala), Jinghe (Jing) and Gonliu in no▓rthern Xinjiang. Several hundred Kirgiz whose forefathers emigrated to Northeast China more than 200 years ago now live in Wujiazi Vill