The Mosuo are a non-Chinese ethnic minority living within the boundaries of China. They are considered by Chinese anthropologists to be matriarchal, because they are still living in accordance with the patterns of matrilinearity and matrilocality.
Excerpt of the french article:
It occupies the entire valley and is surrounded by high mountains, one
of which is called Gun mu, "Mother Mountain", the protective Goddess of
the Mosuo. All persons within each clan-house have the clan name of the
eldest woman, the clan mother.
The names, as well as the common ownership of the house and the
land, are exclusively inherited through the female line. At about
thirteen years of age, after the ceremony of initiation, girls are
considered to be full members of the clan and are given the key to
their own rooms.
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