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ZHENGZHOU, Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- It is eight o'clock on a clear morning in Shifosi, a small town in central China's Henan Province. Mutuwulla Mutallip, a 53-year-old Uygur from northwest China's Xinjiang, has just arrived to his stall at the local jade fair, which is already swarming with merchants and buyers.


"We are sorting them by purity," says Mutuwulla, who is packing up his jade necklaces and bracelets alongside his wife and elder son.


Han merchants, members of the largest Chinese ethnic group, work nearby. In the Henan town and throughout its markets, it is common to see Han Chinese intermingling with Uygurs, an ethnic group who live mainly in northwest China's Xinjiang.


Shifosi, traditionally known for its jade business, is gaining a new reputation in the region for these promising scenes of ethnic unity.


ANOTHER HOMETOWN


"I buy raw jade from our hometown in Hotan before my son and coworkers process it," says Mutuwulla. "Then we come and sell it."


"They have the best sales here," says Liu Xia, a close friend of Mutuwulla and fellow merchant.


"They're very hospitable. We visit them without invitation and have some traditional homemade Xinjiang rice at their homes," she adds.


Mutuwulla feels the same way. "We're lucky to have met such helpful Han friends," he says. "They took our jade to other cities to sell when we first arrived and couldn't communicate much."


Mutuwulla is one of the thousands of Uygur jade merchants in Shifosi. Most come from Hotan, Xinjiang, which has a long history in the jade business. Over the past decade, more and more Uygurs have discovered the perks of trading in the Henan town.


"Jade sells a lot better here," says Mutuwulla, who makes around 80,000 yuan (11,970 U.S. dollars) a year. "I love Xinjiang, but the people and money have been driving me here for five years."


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