Ma Bufang

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Ma Bufang (馬步芳) (1903–1975), a Hui, was born in Linxia, Gansu, China. He was named the military governor of Qinghai during the Republic of China and was a member of the Kuomintang party.

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  • In the past, the Mongols and Tibetans were divided as lords and slaves, but the two chairmen [Ma Qi and Ma Bufang], insisting on the principle of equality of all nationalities in our country, corrected the absurdity and astutely reformed it, which is really a perceptive measure greatly significant for the frontiers. Better still, in September when cattle and sheep are plump, people cheerful, making the lake worship ritual is really a celebration, analagous to the Mid-Autumn Festival in agricultural society, celebrating the harvest. The nomadic nationalities can now all rejoice without division in land and region.

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