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    ain area. In Guizhou, more than half a million Yis live in compact communities in Anshun and Bijie. Several thousand Yis live in Longlin and Mubian counties i▓n the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.Most Yis are scattered in mountain areas, some in frigid mountain areas at high altitudes, and a small number live on flat land▓

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    or in valleys. The altitudinal differences of the Yi a▓reas directly affect their climate and precipitation. Their striking differences have given rise to the old saying th▓at "the weather is different a few miles away" in th▓e Yi area. This is the primary reason why the Yis in various areas are so different from one another i

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    n the ways they make a living.The Yi areas are rich in natural resources. The Jinsha River running through Sichuan and Yunnan a▓nd its tributaries surging through the Yi areas in northern and northeastern Yunnan are enormous sources of water pow▓er. The Yi areas are not only rich in coal and iron, but are also among China's

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    major producers of non-ferrous metals. Gejiu, China's famous tin center, reared th▓e first generation of Yi industrial workers. Various Yi areas in the Greater and Lesser Liangshan Mountains, we▓stern Guizhou, and eastern and southern Yunnan abound in dozens of mineral resources, including gold, silv▓er, aluminum, manganese,

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