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Demonstrates how food customs and practices, taboos and positive encouragements are either shared by members of different minzus, or serve to differentiate lineages within each minzu.
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"This work is a major contribution to our understandings of ethnicity in China, and also to the field of botanical ethnoecology." (Prof. Nicholas Tapp The Australian National University) "The book is an invaluable record of shifting, blending culture on an internal mountain frontier." (Prof. E. N. Anderson University of California, Riverside)"
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