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Vietnamese people

The Kinh people

The Kinh people

Other name: Kinh Language: The Viet have their own language and writing system. Vietnamese belongs to the Viet-Muong language group (of the Austroasiatic language

The Hoa Ethnic Group

The Hoa Ethnic Group

Other names: Khach, Han, Tau. Population: 900,185 people Local groups: Quang Dong, Quang Tay, Hai Nam, Trieu Chau, Phuc Kien, Sang Phang, Xia PHong, Thang Nham, Minh Huong,

The Sandiu Ethnic Group

The Sandiu Ethnic Group

Proper name: San Deo Nhin (or Son Dao Nhan) Other names: Trai, Trai Dat, Man quan coc (which means “man-in-shorts”), Man vay xe (“man in split cloth”). Population: 93,530 people

Se Dang Ethnic Group

Se Dang Ethnic Group

Proper name: Xo Teng (Hdang, Xdang, Hdra), Mnam, Ca Dong, Ha Lang (Xlang), Tay Tri (Tay Tre), Chau. Other names: Hdang, Kmrang, Con lan, Brila. Population: 96,766 people Local groups:

The Nung Ethnic Group

The Nung Ethnic Group

Proper name: Nong Population: 705,709 people Local groups: Nung Giang, Nung Xuong, Nung An, Nung Inh, Nung Loi, Nung Chao, Nung Phan Sling, Nung Quy Rin, Nung Din… Language: The Nung

Communicating with Vietnamese

Communicating with Vietnamese

Many languages and dialects are spoken in Vietnam, but Vietnamese is the official language and the language of most people. Many older Vietnamese are familiar with French or English. Interest in

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