The Nanai people (self name нани; tr. "nani"; Russian: нанайцы, tr. "nanaitsy"; Chinese: 赫哲族, tr. "Hèzhézú"; formerly also known as Golds and Samagir) are a Tungusic people of the Far East, who have traditionally lived along Heilongjiang (Amur), Songhuajiang (Sunggari) and Ussuri rivers on the Middle Amur Basin. The ancestors of the Nanais were the Jurchens of northernmost Manchuria.
Nanai shamans, like other Tungusic peoples of the region, had characteristic clothing, consisting of a skirt and jacket; a leather belt with conical metal pendants; mittens with figures of serpents, lizards or frogs; and hats with branching horns or bear, wolf, or fox fur attached to it. Bits of Chinese mirrors were also sometimes incorporated into the costume.
The deceased were normally buried in the ground with the exception of children who died prior to the first birthday; in this case the child's body was wrapped in a cloth or birchbark covering and buried in the tree branches as a "wind burial". Many Nanai are also Tibetan Buddhist.
|Prefecture level||County level||Township level|
|Sipai Hezhe Autonomous Township |
|Jiejinkou Hezhe Autonomous Township |
|Bacha Hezhe Autonomous Township |
|Khabarovsk Krai||Nanaysky district |
Wipo Publishes Patent of Norishige Nanai, Akihito Miyamoto, Takaaki Ukeda and Panasonic for "Method for Producing Display Panels and Display Panel"
May 24, 2013; GENEVA, May 24 -- Publication No. WO/2013/072963 was published on May 23.Title of the invention: "METHOD FOR PRODUCING DISPLAY...
Wipo Publishes Patent of Norishige Nanai, Takaaki Ukeda, Akihito Miyamoto and Panasonic for "Method for Producing Display Panels and Display Panel"
May 28, 2013; GENEVA, May 28 -- Publication No. WO/2013/073084 was published on May 23.Title of the invention: "METHOD FOR PRODUCING DISPLAY...