Chung-chia Bible History (1)

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"Chung-chia, or Pu-yi, are Chinese names for more than 1.5
million non-Chinese inhabitants of southwestern Kweichow
Province, China.   They constitute such a large segment of the
local population that the Pu-yi Autonomous Chou (region) has
been established in Southern Kweichow Province.   Chung-chia
is a Tai language, and is therefore unrelated to the Sinitic and
Miao languages spoken in neighboring regions.   It may, how-
ever, be akin to Trung-cha of the Vietnam-China border area,
spoken by a group of people who originated in Kweicho in the
10th century."
--1000 Tongues, 1972   [Info only]

CHUNGCHIA--1000 Tongues, 1939   [Info only: n.d. Matthew 4:10b unknown.]

"1904 Matthew BFBS, Shanghai
Translated by S. R. Clarke, China Inland Mission, with the
assistance of several Chung-chia Christians.
--1000 Tongues, 1972   [Info only:
Roman Character   "1904" Matthew 3:1-4 unknown.]

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