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Ethnic minorities in Vietnam

ДђaМЈМ†ng, NghieМ‚m VaМЈn.

Ethnic minorities in Vietnam

by ДђaМЈМ†ng, NghieМ‚m VaМЈn.

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Published by The Gioi Publishers in Hanoi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Vietnam,
  • Vietnam.
    • Subjects:
    • Ethnology -- Vietnam.,
    • Minorities -- Vietnam.,
    • Vietnam -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 246-250) and index.

      StatementĐặng Nghiêm Vạn, Chu Thái Sơn, Lưu Hùng.
      ContributionsChu, Thái Sơn., Lưu, Hùng.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN635.V5 D3613 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination260 p., [20] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages260
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1260975M
      LC Control Number94943111

      The book deals with Vietnam’s ethnic and religious minorities in a historical perspective. The time frame stretches from the pre-colonial era to contemporary times. Except for one paper on the situation of the Vietnam-China border area, the authors focus on South or Southern Central : Peter Lang.   A Guide To The Ethnic Minorities Of Sapa A trip to the Northern part of Vietnam will be incomplete without including Sapa. Renowned for its natural and cultural beauty, Sapa is set in the Northwest mountain area of Vietnam, a 5 hour drive from Hanoi/5(30).

      Apart from the breathtaking landscape and favourable weather, the cultural authenticity of numerous ethnic minorities in Sapa is truly a striking feature attracting tourists to visit this mountainous district every year. “Ethnic tourism” over the last decades is not a new concept for those who are keen on exploring the quaint customs of exotic local people. THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ETHNIC MINORITIES IN VIETNAM Introduction The rapid economic growth experienced in Vietnam during the s and early s resulted in unprecedented reductions in poverty. The 54 officially recognized ethnic groups within Vietnam’s diverse society have not, however, shared equally from the benefits of this growth.

      Ethnic Groups and Minorities in Vietnam Vietnam is a multinational country that has 54 ethnic groups with about 86 million people. The Kinh (Viet) people account for 86% of the country’s population and mainly inhabit the Red River delta, the central coastal delta, the Mekong delta, and major cities. As the two cases discussed in this paper demonstrate, while the premises on which ethnic minorities are distinguished derive in part from factors that are characteristic of all modern nation-states in a region such as Asia where the dominant peoples.


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How Diverse is Vietnam. Sapa ethnic minority children. Surprisingly for such a small country, Vietnam is home to a total of 54 ethnic groups. The most dominant by far are the Kinh people, who account for roughly 86% of the population. Due to its vast, mountainous surroundings, and proximity to China, Sapa is the only place in Vietnam whose.

56 rows  One distinctive feature of highland ethnic minority groups in Vietnam is that they are. Most Vietnamese belong to Kinh ethnicity.

Muong and Kinh's predecessor used to live together in Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa and Phu Tho (three provinces in Northern Vietnam). Unlike the Kinh, Muong people build the villages at the foot of the mountains or on the s:   Vietnam was under Chinese rule for years and hence some aspects of Vietnamese culture such as Confucianism are borrowed from Chinese traditions.

Vietnam people are deeply rooted in traditional religious beliefs. Ancestor worship is a common practice in the country. The ethnic divide is made up of one predominant group and many minority groups.

The Ede are among the most economically prosperous of Vietnam's ethnic minority peoples. During French colonial times it was not uncommon for wealthy Ede to have human slaves. Still, relatively speaking, most Ede today in Vietnam live in poverty.

The Ede are also the largest of Vietnam's ethnic groups (apart from the Viet) living in the United. Ethnic minorities in Vietnam. Hanoi: The Gioi Publishers, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nghiêm Vạn Đặng; Thái Sơn Chu; Hùng Lưu.

Vietnam’s achievements in poverty reduction are one of the greatest successful stories in economic development. However, the ethnic minorities still lag behind in many aspects of development progress: they remain among the poorest, least educated segments of the Vietnamese : Mai Thanh Tú.

The book deals with Vietnam’s ethnic and religious minorities in a historical perspective. The time frame stretches from the pre-colonial era to contemporary times.

Except for one paper on the situation of the Vietnam-China border area, the authors focus on South or Southern Central Vietnam. Vietnam - Vietnam - Ethnic groups: Vietnam has one of the most complex ethnolinguistic patterns in Asia.

The Vietnamese majority was significantly Sinicized during a millennium of Chinese rule, which ended in ce. Indian influence is most evident among the Cham and Khmer minorities. The Cham formed the majority population in the Indianized kingdom of Champa in what is now central Vietnam.

The Kinh ethnic group makes up % of Vietnam’s population, or million people. The remaining 53 ethnic groups make up only % of the country’s population (see Table 1). Although Vietnam voted in favour of UNDRIP, the government does not recognize ethnic minorities as indigenous peoples. Racism in Vietnam has been mainly directed by the majority and dominant ethnic Vietnamese Kinh against ethnic minorities such as Degars (Montagnards), Chams and the Khmer Krom.

Officially, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has a total of 54 ethnic groups, including the majority Kinh and 53 ethnic minority groups. This book examines the history of the ethnic group determination process, highlighting some of the challenges the official policies pose to Cited by: 2.

Vietnam Query Response: The treatment of ethnic minority groups in Vietnam: Hmongs and Montagnards 1 Explanatory Note Sources and databases consulted List of Acronyms Issues for researc h 1) Background information on ethnic minority groups in Vietnam 2) Freedom of Religion a) How does Decree 92 (Specific provisions and measures for the.

remaining 52 ethnic minorities constitute the poorest, least educated sections of Vietnamese society (Vietnam Poverty Working Group, ).1 Furthermore, the gap in living standards between the Kinh and Hoa majority and the other ethnic minorities grew between and (the years when the closely.

Vietnam is one of the few countries that maintain disaggregated data based on ethnicity and collects data on the 54 officially recognized ethnic communities.

The vast majority of Vietnam’s population in the Census were ethnic Viet or Kinh ( million, or per cent) and speak the Vietnamese language. Homestay in Vietnam is an insight into the daily life of ethnic people.

A popular form of accommodation in some places in northern Vietnam is homestay with ethnic residents. You live with the locals in their house and you share absolutely everything. Homestay is popular in Vietnam, especially in villages of ethnic minorities.Reviewing the scholarship on ethnic minorities in Vietnam, this essay identifies problems with the prevailing "carceral" approach that regards ethnic minorities as deprived of agency and as territorially circumscribed, disciplined subjects.ETHNIC MINORITIES, DRUG USE & HARM IN THE HIGHLANDS OF NORTHERN VIETNAM A Contextual Analysis of the Situation in Six Communes from Son La, Lai Chau, and Lao Cai July This book was prepared in the framework of a UNODC project but the views expressed therein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the UNODC.