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She

 

a nationality of China. The She, who inhabit the provinces of Fukien, Chekiang, and Kwangtung, belong to the aboriginal population of South China. According to a 1975 estimate, they number 300,000. Related linguistically to the Yao, they have no writing system. The She have been sinicized to a great extent and often speak Chinese even among themselves. They have retained animist beliefs. The She engage chiefly in the cultivation of rice on paddies; handicrafts are highly developed among them.

REFERENCE

Narody Vostochnoi Azii. Moscow-Leningrad, 1965.

She

(Ayesha) beautiful African sorceress who has lived for 2000 years. [Br. Lit.: H. Rider Haggard She in Magill I, 886]
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