The Hui culture park was established in September 2005. It is located in Yinchuan, capital of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. The park is the only place in China designed especially to display ethnic Hui culture and traditions.
The Hui culture is an integration of Islamic culture and traditional Chinese culture from the Han and Tang Dynasty. The timing of the park's establishment was good and it meets the public's desire to learn about the Hui culture.
The 300 mu or 20 hectare culture park includes an ethnic Hui museum, a ritual palace, a Hui ethnic customs village and a Hui catering and performance center. It integrates the culture, history, songs and dances as well as traditions and customs of the ethnic Hui people. It's the only place in China where you can see every aspect of the Hui culture.
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