Chinese Han People
With a population of 1159.4 million, the Han Chinese can be found in almost every part of China. However, they mainly live in the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River, Yangtze River and the Pearl River, and also in the Northeast Plain Region (Songliao Plain). They form the largest ethnic group within China and also the largest in the world. The Han people have their own distinctive way of life.
For years, they together with other ethnic minorities lived mainly on agriculture, and made outstanding achievements in the spheres of politics, philosophy, art, literature and natural science.
18 Minorities with its population over one million
Population with over 10,000,000: Zhuang, Manchu
Population with over 5,000,000 : Hui,Miao,Uygur,tujia,Yi,Monglol,Zang(Tibetan)
Population with over 1,000,000 : Buyei,Dong,Yao,Chaoxian( Korean),Bai,Hani,Kazak, Li,Dai
Other 37 Minorities in China