China minority

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China minority groups

The Han is the largest minority group in China (92%, 1220 million people). Other minorities are much smaller. The second largest group is the Zhuang minority (15 million).

– The Achang
– The Bai (1.95 million people, 0.14% population China)
– The Bonan
– The Bouyei
– The Blang
– The Buyi
– The Daur
– The Dai
– The Deang
– The Dongxiang (2.9 million people)
– The Derung
– The Ewenki
– The Gaoshan
– The Gelo
– The Hani
– The Hezhe
– The Hui (10.6 million, 0.8%)
– The Jing
– The Jingpo
– The Jino
– The Kazak
– The Kirgiz
– The Korean
– The Lhoba
– The Luzu
– The Lahu
– The Li




– The Lisu
– The Miao
– The Manchu (10.4 million people)
– The Maonan
– The Moinba
– The Mongolian (6.0 million, 0.45%)
– The Mulam
– The Naxi
– The Nu
– The Oroqen
– The Pumi
– The Russian
– The Salar
– The She
– The Shui
– The Tajik
– The Tatar
– The Tibetan (6.3 million people, 0.47%)
– The Tu
– The Tujia
– The Uighur (10.1 million people, 0.76%)
– The Uzbek
– The Wa
– The Weiwuer
– The Xibe
– The Yao
– THe Yi
– The Yugur
– The Zhuang (17 million, 1.27%)

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