The "Bahah" represent a cultural and religious ethnic ininority in their country. They live in an undisclosed location and this is not their real name.
Approximately 120 million Muslim-Bengalis live in South Asia in Bangladesh and India’s West Bengal State.
The Hui are the third largest minority group in China of the 55 officially recognized minorities. Their 10.6 million people are scattered through out all of China.
Although they are considered China's second largest minority, most Manchu today are indistinguishable from the Han Chinese.
Almost six million Mongols are scattered across a wide area of northern China. Approximately three times as many Mongols live in China as in the nation of Mongolia.
Although the Tibetans strongly maintain they are one people and are opposed to any attempts to classify them as separate groups, there are many linguistic differences.
More than nine million Uyghurs live in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwest China. Xinjiang was known as Eastern Turkestan until 1876, when the ruling Manchu army invaded the area and changed its name.