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Regional discrimination in China

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Regional Discrimination in China

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Rural Chinese complain of discrimination

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China Urges US to Heed Calls for Justice, Tackle Racial Discrimination Seriously

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China hopes U.S. takes action to eliminate racial discrimination

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Article slams U.S. human rights hypocrisy over racial discrimination

Regional discrimination in China or regionalism is overt prejudice against people based on their places of origin, ethnicity, sub-ethnicity, language, dialect, or their current provincial zones. China's sheer size and population renders much demographic understanding tied to locality, and there is often little life movement outside of a citizen's province of birth. Historically, internal migration has been tightly controlled, and many barriers to free movement exist today. Treatment of ethnic minorities and Han Chinese regional groups can hinge on preferential assumptions based on places of upbringing, and is often most pronounced towards those born external to urban zones.
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