Ethnic groups in Vietnam
Vietnam is a multi-ethnic country with over fifty distinct groups (54 are recognized by the Vietnamese government), each with its own language, lifestyle, and cultural heritage. Many of the local ethn...
Ethnic groups in Vietnam - Wikipedia
Hani people
The Hani or Ho people (Hani: Haqniq; Chinese: 哈尼族; pinyin: Hānízú; Vietnamese: Người Hà Nhì) are an ethnic group of Southeast Asia.They form one of the 56 officially recognized nationaliti...
Hani people - Wikipedia
Khmuic peoples
Khmuic peoples refers to a group of ethnic groups of Southeast Asia.
The Khmuic peoples are aboriginal to Laos and surrounding areas. Most Khmuic peoples live in northern Laos and neighboring are...
Khmuic peoples - Wikipedia
Tai peoples
Tai peoples refers to the population of descendants of speakers of a common proto-Tai language, including sub-populations which no longer speak a Tai language. Some 8–10 million people in Northeast In...
Tai peoples - Wikipedia
Yao people
The Yao nationality (its great majority branch is also known as Mien; Traditional Chinese: 瑤族, Simplified Chinese: 瑶族, Pinyin: Yáo zú; Vietnamese: người Dao) is a government classification for va...
Yao people - Wikipedia
Yi people
The Yi or Lolo people are an ethnic group in China, Vietnam, and Thailand. Numbering 8 million, they are the seventh largest of the 55 ethnic minority groups officially recognized by the People's...
Yi people - Wikipedia
Vang Sue
Major Vang Sue (Su, Seu) (also transliterated as Vaj Xwm) (January 30, 1945 – October 18, 1972) was a Laotian Hmong fighter pilot. Recipient of the USAF Distinguished Flying Cross. He flew over 4,000 ...
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Khamyang people
The Tai-Khamyangs (Thai:ชาวไทคำยาง, Chao Thai Kam Yang) also known as Shyam, represent a brethren of Great Tai/Thai family of South East Asia. They are numerically tribal group found in Tinsukia, Jorh...
Wong Kwok-hing
Wong Kwok-hing, BBS, MH (simplified Chinese: 王国兴; traditional Chinese: 王國興, born 29 March 1949, Haiphong, Vietnam) is a Hong Kong trade unionist and a member of the Legislative Council of Hong...
Wong Kwok-hing - Wikipedia
Nuosu language
Nuosu (or Nosu) (Nuosu: ꆈꌠ꒿ Pronunciation: Nuosuhxop), also known as Northern Yi, Liangshan Yi, and Sichuan Yi, is the prestige language of the Yi people; it has been chosen by the Chinese government...
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Yoy people
The Yoy people are an ethnic group in Southeast Asia.
Japanese people in Vietnam
The Japanese community in Vietnam consist mainly of Japanese expatriates who have migrated to Vietnam and Vietnamese-born citizens of Japanese ancestry. As of 2009, there are about 9,468 Japanese resi...
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Zhuang people
The Zhuang people (Chinese: 壮族; pinyin: Zhuàngzú; Zhuang: Bouxcuengh) are an ethnic group who mostly live in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. Some also live in the Y...
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Khmer Krom
The Khmer Krom (Khmer: ខ្មែរក្រោម, Vietnamese: Khơ Me Crộm) are indigenous Khmer people in southern Vietnam. In the Khmer language, Krom means "lower" or "below", as it refers to the lower reaches...
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Zhao Xing
Zhao Xing (Chinese: 趙興, pinyin: Zhào Xīng, Cantonese: Zīu Hing, Vietnamese: Triệu Hưng, ? – 112 BC), was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Nanyue (Vietnamese: Nam Việt). His rule began in ...
Cor people
The Cor (or Co, Col, Cùa; Vietnamese: Người Co) are an ethnic group of Vietnam. Most Cor live in the provinces Quảng Ngãi and Quảng Nam of the South Central Coast region of Vietnam, and numbered appro...
Tai–Kadai-speaking peoples
The Tai (Chinese: 泰) ethnicity refers collectively to the ethnic groups of southern China and Southeast Asia, stretching from Hainan to eastern India and from southern Sichuan to Laos, Thailand, a...
Giáy people
The Giáy (Vietnamese: người Giáy) are an ethnic group in Vietnam who speak the Bouyei language. Most live in the Lào Cai, Hà Giang, Lai Châu, and Cao Bằng provinces of northern Vietnam. In 1999 the po...
List of Hmong people
This is a list of some well known Miao/Hmong individuals throughout the world. The Hmong peoples are an Asian ethnic group from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Hmong are...
List of Hmong people - Wikipedia
Lachi people
The La Chi people (Vietnamese: Người La Chí; also Cù Tê or La Quả) live in the Hà Giang and Lào Cai provinces of northeastern Vietnam. Their population is approximately 10,765 people (1999). They ...
Bru people
The Bru (also Brao, Bruu, Brou, or Bru-Vân Kiều; Vietnamese: Người Bru - Vân Kiều; Thai: บรู) (which literally means "people living in the woods") are an ethnic group living in Thailand, Laos, an...
Bru people - Wikipedia
Bahnar people
The Bahnar (also spelled Ba Na) are an ethnic group of Vietnam living primarily in the Central Highland provinces of Gia Lai and Kon Tum, as well as the coastal provinces of Bình Định and Phú Yên. The...
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Lu Han
Lu Han may refer to:
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Co Tu people
The Co Tu (or Ca Tu, Ca Tang; Vietnamese: người Cơ Tu) are an ethnic group in Vietnam. Most Co Tu live in the provinces of Thừa Thiên -Huế and Quảng Nam. The population in Vietnam was 50,458 in th...
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Ning'er Hani and Yi Autonomous County
The Ning'er Hani and Yi Autonomous County (simplified Chinese: 宁洱哈尼族彝族自治县; traditional Chinese: 寧洱哈尼族彝族自治縣; pinyin: Níng'ěr Hānízú Yízú Zìzhìxiàn) is an autonomous county under the jurisdi...
Ning'er Hani and Yi Autonomous County - Wikipedia
O Du people
The Ơ Đu are an aboriginal ethnic group in Vietnam and Laos. Their total population is more than 570.
The Ơ Đu are also commonly referred to as O'Du, O Du, Iduh, Tay Hat, Hat, and Haat.
Tai–Kadai ethnic groups in Southeast Asia
The following is a list of Tai–Kadai peoples in Southeast Asia:
The Kam–Sui peoples are clustered in China as well as neighboring portions of northern Laos and Vietnam. for detailed geographic dis...
Tai–Kadai ethnic groups in Southeast Asia - Wikipedia
Xinh Mul people
The Xinh Mul are an ethnic group in Vietnam and Laos.
the Xinh Mul are divided linguistically into three subgroups:
Hekou Yao Autonomous County
The Hekou Yao Autonomous County (simplified Chinese: 河口瑶族自治县; traditional Chinese: 河口瑤族自治縣; pinyin: Hékǒu Yáozú Zìzhìxiàn) is an autonomous county in the southern part of the Yunnan provi...
Hekou Yao Autonomous County - Wikipedia