When Millennia-Old Mummies Threaten National Identity

Poster:Post date:2011-02-23
Issue:(China’s Economic and Social Developments)
(YaleGlobal,  By James Cuno) Chinese authorities have faced an intermittent separatist movement of nationalist Uighurs, and Uighur nationalists have used evidence from the mummies – whose corpses span thousands of years – to support historical claims to the region. 
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