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Tai Daeng people

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Tai Daeng people

Red Tai
Total population
165,000 (est.)
Regions with significant populations
Thailand, Vietnam
Tai Daeng, Vietnamese, Thai, others
Animism, Theravada Buddhism, Christian

The Red Tai or Tai Daeng are an ethnic group of Vietnam. They speak the Tai Daeng language.


  • Geographic distribution 1
  • Population clusters 2
  • Family 3
  • Religions 4
  • References 5

Geographic distribution

  • 140,000 in Vietnam (2002)[1]
  • 25,000 in Laos (1991)[1]
  • Unknown population in Thailand[1]
  • Unknown population in the United States[1]

Population clusters




  1. ^ a b c d Ethnologue-Tai Daeng
  2. ^ a b c d The Red Tai of Vietnam

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