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Pakistanis in China

Pakistanis in China consist largely of temporary residents, including international students and cross-border traders. They are concentrated in the Xinjiang autonomous region of Northwest China.

Putian people

The Putian people, also known as Henghua or Hinghwa, are Han Chinese people from Putian, part of Fujian Province, China. They speak Puxian Min, a Min language. Min is one of the Sinitic languages. They may also be referred to as Xinghua. Hing Hua ...

Qixingmin people

The Qixingmin are an officially unrecognized ethnic group of western Guizhou province, China. They are officially classified as Bai by the Chinese government. The Qixingmin speak a Yi language known as Luoji. The Guizhou Province Ethnic Gazeteer ...

Rau peoples

Lao z, Liao, or Lao peoples is an ethnic cluster covering Zhuang, Buyei, Tay–Nùng, and other northern Tai language-speaking peoples. These peoples are inclined to call themselves as lao which means "person" or "venerable person".

Regional ethnic autonomy system of China

Regional Ethnic Autonomy System of Peoples Republic of China give ethnical minorities in China a political system to assemble autonomous government body, protects ethnic minorities rights and provides ethnic minority people benefits. It is one of ...

Semu

Semu is the name of a caste established by the Yuan dynasty. The Semu categories refers to people who come from Central and West Asia, it is told that there are 31 categories among them. They had come to serve the Yuan dynasty by enfranchising un ...

Shandong people

The people of Shandong province or Shandong people refers to those who are native to Shandong province, the majority of whom are Han Chinese. They speak various forms of Mandarin dialects such as Jilu, Jiaoliao, and Zhongyuan. There is a small Sh ...

Solon people

The Solon people are a subgroup of the Ewenki people of northeastern Asia. They live in Chinas Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and Heilongjiang Province, and constitute the majority of Chinas Ewenki.

Tai Nua people

Tai Nua is one of the Tai ethnicities in South East Asia. They are mostly found in China, Laos, Thailand, Burma, and Vietnam, and some have emigrated to the United States of America. There are however two different groups of Tai people called Tai ...

Kra–Dai ethnic groups in China

Tai Eolai Thai: ไทเอวลาย Tai eo laai Fuma Thai: ฟูมะ Fū ma Tai Kaihua Thai: ไทไขหัว tai kai hŭa Yoy Thai: ไทย้อย tai yoi Isan people San Chay also referred to as the Cao Lan people White Thai people Zhuang Thai: จ้วง jûang, including the Buyang, ...

Tungusic peoples

Tungusic peoples are an ethnolinguistic group formed by the speakers of Tungusic languages. They are native to Siberia and Northeast Asia. The "Tungusic" phylum is divided into two main branches, northern Evenic, or Tungus and southern Jurchen-Na ...

Turkic peoples

The Turkic peoples are a collection of ethno-linguistic groups of Central, Eastern, Northern and Western Asia as well as parts of Europe and North Africa. The origins of the Turkic people are a matter of contention among scholars. Yunusbayev sugg ...

Waxiang people

The Waxiang people are an unrecognized ethnic group living along the Yuanjiang River in Hunan, China. They call themselves Huaxiang people and they speak Waxiang Chinese. Compared to the Han, Miao and Tujia people of the region, they are very dif ...

Arab Colombians

Arab Colombians refers to Arab immigrants and their descendants in the Republic of Colombia. Most of the Arab Middle Easterners came from Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Palestine escaping from the repression of the Turkish Ottoman Empire and financia ...

Basque Colombians

A Basque Colombian is a person or resident born in Colombia of Basque descent. The term "Basque" may refer to ethnic Basques who immigrated to Colombia from the Basque Country. The majority of Basque Colombians live in Antioquia Department, Eje C ...

German Colombian

German Colombians are Colombian citizens of German ancestry. The term "German" may refer to ethnic Germans who immigrated to Colombia from Germany, Austria, France, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, former Yugoslavia and elsewhere in ...

Italian Colombian

Italian Colombians are Colombian citizens of Italian descent. The word may also refer to someone who has emigrated to Colombia from Italy. The term "Italian" may refer to ethnic Italians. Most Italian Colombians live in Bogota, Atlantico Departme ...

Japanese migration to Colombia

Japanese migration to Colombia refers to the Japanese diaspora in Colombia. In the early 20th century, Ryoji Noda, secretary consulate in both Peru and Brazil and expert advisor to the Japanese government on immigration to South America, was assi ...

Lebanese Colombians

Lebanese Colombians are Colombians of Lebanese descent. Most of the Lebanese communitys forebears immigrated to Colombia from the Ottoman Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries for economic, political and religious reasons. When they we ...

Mennonites in Colombia

Mennonites in Colombia were until 2016 almost only converts from the general and indigenous Colombian population to the Mennonite faith. Since then conservative ethnic Mennonites with a German background who belong to the so-called Russian Mennon ...

Mestizo Colombians

Mestizo Colombians refers to Colombians who are of white and American Indian ancestry. However, due to the fluidity of ethnic categorization common in Latin America, for all practical purposes, it refers to Colombians who do not belong to one of ...

Spanish Colombian

A Spanish Colombian is a Colombian of Spanish descent. Spain conquered the land now known as Colombia in the 16th century. Thus, its immigration is the most important to Colombia, whose official language is Spanish and its culture derived in grea ...

Syrian Colombian

The wave of Syrian immigration to Colombia seems to have begun in the 1880s. This was perhaps its peak during the first three decades of this century and declined after 1930, but Syrians, Lebanese and Palestinians continued since then settled in ...

White Colombians

White Colombians are the Colombian descendants of European and Middle Eastern people. According to the 2005 Census 85% of Colombians do not identify with any ethnic group, thus being either White or Mestizo, which are not categorized separately. ...

Shirazi people

The Shirazi people, also known as Mbwera, are an ethnic group inhabiting the Swahili coast and the nearby Indian ocean islands. They are particularly concentrated on the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Comoros. Their origins are linked to Shiraz a ...

Shirazis of the Comoros

The Shirazis of the Comoros, 138.000 people with Iranian heritage, are one of the largest ethnic group inhabiting the archipelago nation of Comoros near the east African coast and they represent 17% of the total population of the Comoros. Their o ...

Afro-Costa Ricans

Afro-Costa Ricans are Costa Ricans of African ancestry. Costa Rica has four small minority groups: Mulattoes, Blacks, Amerindians and Asians. About 8% of the population is of Black African descent or Mulatto mix of European and black who are call ...

Americans in Costa Rica

Americans in Costa Rica consists of immigrants and expatriates from the United States to Costa Rica, mostly retirees. According to the U.S. State Department, about 70.000 Americans live in the country. American retirees, many of whom are Baby boo ...

Chinese people in Costa Rica

The first Chinese migrants arrived in Costa Rica in 1855; they were a group of 77 originally from Guangzhou, who had come to Central America to work on the Panama Railway. Of them, 32 found work on the farm of Jose Maria Cañas, while the remainin ...

Guatuso people

The Guatuso are a tribe of American Indians of Costa Rica. Their language may also be known as Maleku, which is spoken in the north-central part of the country, and is a Chibchan language. The 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica describes them as an act ...

Indigenous peoples of Costa Rica

Indigenous people of Costa Rica, or Native Costa Ricans, are the people who lived in what is now Costa Rica prior to European and African contact and the descendants of those peoples. About 114.000 indigenous people live in the country, comprisin ...

Italian Costa Ricans

Italian Costa Ricans are citizens of Costa Rica who are of Italian ancestry. Most of them reside in San Vito, the capital city of the Coto Brus Canton.

Spanish Costa Rican

Spanish Costa Rican are people from Costa Rica with Spanish ancestry from both the conquerors of the colonial period as immigrants who arrived after independence and the Central American Federation of disunion. Historically this part of the popul ...

Swedish Costa Ricans

Swedish Costa Ricans are citizens of Costa Rica who have Swedish ancestry. According to the 2012 census by the INEC, approximately 1.100 citizens from Sweden live in Costa Rica, mainly professionals and retired people.

Austrians of Croatia

Austrians of Croatia are officially recognized as a minority in the Republic of Croatia, and therefore have their own permanent seat in the Croatian Parliament.

Czechs of Croatia

Czechs are one of the recognised minorities of Croatia. According to the census of 2011 there were 9.641 Czechs in Croatia, comprising 0.22% of total population. They are also called by their non-Czech neighbours Pemci.

Dalmatian Italians

Dalmatian Italians are the historical Italian national minority living in the region of Dalmatia, now part of Croatia and Montenegro. Since the middle of the 19th century, the community, counting according to some sources nearly 20% of all Dalmat ...

Germans of Croatia

In Croatia, there are over 2.900 people who consider themselves German, most of these Danube Swabians. Germans are officially recognized as an autochthonous national minority, and as such, they elect a special representative to the Croatian Parli ...

Hungarians of Croatia

Hungarians of Croatia are a recognized ethnic minority. According to the 2011 census there are 14.048 people of Hungarian ethnicity living in Croatia. Around two thirds of them live in Osijek-Baranja County in eastern Croatia, especially in the C ...

Russians of Croatia

Russians of Croatia are one of the twenty-two national minorities expressly mentioned and defined by law of Croatia. According to the 2011 Census, there were 1.279 Croatian citizens in the country, who identified themselves as Russians, most of t ...

Turks in Croatia

Turks of Croatia are one among 22 recognised national minorities in Croatia. According to the 2011 census, there were 367 Turks living in Croatia, most of which most lived in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County and later in the City of Zagreb. Turks com ...

Filipino Cubans

Filipino Cubans are Cubans of Filipino ancestry. Filipinos have been settling in Cuba since the 16th century and they are one of the earliest Asian communities in the country.

French immigration to Cuba

French immigration to Cuba began in Cuba already in the eighteenth century, to be strengthened significantly since the nineteenth century. The majority of French people settled in eastern Cuba.

Guanahatabey

The Guanahatabey were an indigenous people of western Cuba at the time of European contact. Archaeological and historical studies suggest the Guanahatabey were archaic hunter-gatherers with a distinct language and culture from their neighbors, th ...

Italians in Cuba

Italian emigration into Cuba was minor in comparison with other waves of Italian emigration to the Americas.

Japanese Cubans

The Cuban government first sought to recruit Japanese workers into sugar plantations in the 1880s, but the Japanese government refused to give approval on the grounds of the terrible working conditions of Chinese workers in Cuba. Subsequently, th ...

Koreans in Cuba

Korean Cubans are citizens of Cuba of Korean ancestry. Most of them are descendants of Korean immigrant farmers from Mexico who left to Cuba in search of a better life. Today about 800 descendants of the Korean farmers live around Havana, Matanza ...

Mexican immigration to Cuba

Mexican immigration to Cuba comprises people who emigrated from Mexico to Cuba and their descendants. Cuba is home to the most Mexicans living in the Caribbean. The waves of migration from Mexico to Cuba started from the 1970s, attracted by a mil ...

Spanish immigration to Cuba

Spanish immigration to Cuba began in 1492, when the Spanish first landed on the island, and continues to the present day. The first sighting of a Spanish boat approaching the island was on 27 or 28 October 1492, probably at Bariay on the eastern ...

Afro-Curaçaoans

Most enslaved Africans came from West Central Africa specifically from Loango and Cabinda Province with over 38.000 slaves. The rest of the slaves were imported from Bight of Benin over 37.000 slaves, Ghana 15.000 slaves came from this place, man ...