nguage: YiReligion: Polythei▓smThe Yi ethnic group, with a population of 6,578,500,
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the Dadu Ri▓ver and along the Anning River. Traditionally, this area ▓is subdivided into the Greater Liangshan Mountain area, which lies east of the Anning River and south of the Huangmao Dyke, and the Lesser Liangshan Mountain area, which covers the Jinsha River valley and the ▓south bank of the Dadu River. There are over a million Yis ▓in the Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, which holds the single largest Yi community in China. Yunnan Provi▓nce has more than three million Yis, most of whom a▓re concentrated in an area hemmed in by the Jinsha and Yuanjiang rivers, and the Ailao and Wuliang mountains. Hua▓ping, Ninglang and Yongsheng in western Yunnan form what i