Islam in China dates to a mission in 651, eighteen years after Muhammad's death.

Chinese Muslims have influenced the course of Chinese history. Chinese Muslims have been in China for the last 1,400 years of continuous interaction with Chinese society. Muslims live in every region in China, as China is home to a large population of Muslims. The BBC's "Religion and Ethics" website gave a range of 20 million to 100 million (1.5% to 7.5% of the total) Muslims in China.

The vast majority of China's Muslims are Sunni Muslims. A notable feature of some Muslim communities in China is the presence of female imams.

China's largest mosque is the Great Mosque in Xian.

Islam in Hong KongEdit

Main article: Islam in Hong Kong
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