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'''Ningxia''' ({{zh|s=宁夏}}, {{small|Mandarin pronunciation:}} {{IPAc-cmn|n|ing|2|.|x|ia|4}}; [[Chinese postal romanization|alternately romanized]] as '''Ninghsia'''), officially the '''Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region''' ('''NHAR'''), is a landlocked [[Autonomous regions of China|autonomous region]] in the [[Northwest China|northwest]] of the [[China|People's Republic of China]]. Formerly a [[Provinces of China|province]], Ningxia was incorporated into [[Gansu]] in 1954 but was separated from Gansu in 1958 and was reconstituted as an autonomous region for the [[Hui people]], one of the 56 officially recognised [[List of ethnic groups in China|nationalities of China]]. Twenty percent of China's Hui population lives in Ningxia.<ref>{{cite news|title=By choosing assimilation, China's Hui have become one of the world's most successful Muslim minorities|url=https://www.economist.com/news/china/21708274-choosing-assimilation-chinas-hui-have-become-one-worlds-most-successful-muslim|access-date=8 October 2016|work=[[The Economist]]|date=8 October 2016}}</ref>
'''ننگشيا'''{{ٻيا نالا|انگريزي= ''' Ningxia '''}} جنھن جو سرڪاري نالو '''ننگشيا جي خودمختيار ريجن''' {{ٻيا نالا|انگريزي= '''Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region '''}} آھي [[چين |عوامي جمهوريه چين]] جي اتراولھ خطي ۾ واقع ھڪ خودمختيار غيرساحلي ريجن جو نالو آهي.
 
'''Ningxia''' ({{zh|s=宁夏}}, {{small|Mandarin pronunciation:}} {{IPAc-cmn|n|ing|2|.|x|ia|4}}; [[Chinese postal romanization|alternately romanized]] as '''Ninghsia'''), officially the '''Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region''' ('''NHAR'''), is a landlocked [[Autonomous regions of China|autonomous region]] in the [[Northwest China|northwest]] of the [[China|People's Republic of China]]. Formerly a [[Provinces of China|province]], Ningxia was incorporated into [[Gansu]] in 1954 but was separated from Gansu in 1958 and was reconstituted as an autonomous region for the [[Hui people]], one of the 56 officially recognised [[List of ethnic groups in China|nationalities of China]]. Twenty percent of China's Hui population lives in Ningxia.<ref>{{cite news|title=By choosing assimilation, China's Hui have become one of the world's most successful Muslim minorities|url=https://www.economist.com/news/china/21708274-choosing-assimilation-chinas-hui-have-become-one-worlds-most-successful-muslim|access-date=8 October 2016|work=[[The Economist]]|date=8 October 2016}}</ref>
 
Ningxia is bounded by [[Shaanxi]] to the east, Gansu to the south and west and [[Inner Mongolia|Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region]] to the north and has an area of around {{convert|66400|km2}}.<ref name=area/> This sparsely settled, mostly desert region lies partially on the [[Loess Plateau]] and in the vast plain of the [[Yellow River]] and features the [[Great Wall of China]] along its northeastern boundary. Over about 2000 years an extensive system of [[canal]]s (The total length about 1397 kilometers<ref>{{cite news|title=宁夏回族自治区资源概况|url=http://www.china.com.cn/aboutchina/zhuanti/09dfgl/2009-12/17/content_19081129_3.htm|access-date=2 October 2018|work=[[The Economist]]|date=2 October 2018}}</ref>) has been built from [[Qin dynasty]]. Extensive [[land reclamation]] and [[irrigation]] projects have made increased cultivation possible.