|Demographics of Vietnam|
|Nationality||noun: Vietnamese (singular and plural) adjective: Vietnamese|
|Major ethnic||Kinh (85.32%)|
|Minor ethnic||Tay (1.92%), Thái (1.89%), Muong (1.51%), Hmong (1.45%), Khmer (1.37%), Nung (1.13%), Other (5.41%)|
What is Vietnam’s largest ethnicity Besides Vietnamese?
Largest Ethnic Groups In Vietnam
|Rank||Ethnic Group||Share of Vietnamese Population|
Is Vietnam still communist?
Government of Vietnam
The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a one-party state. A new state constitution was approved in April 1992, replacing the 1975 version. The central role of the Communist Party was reasserted in all organs of government, politics and society.
What are people from Vietnam like?
The Vietnamese has been described as energetic, sentimental, pragmatic, entrepreneurial, proud, industrious and hardworking. As is true with the Chinese, their natural tendencies often seem to fly in the face of what is expected of good Communists. Vietnamese are very friendly, easy-going and have an easy smile.
Do they celebrate Christmas in Vietnam?
The vast majority of Vietnam is Buddhist – but that doesn’t stop them from celebrating Christmas. The Vietnamese are fun-loving people and welcome all kinds of festivals as a way to get together and party. For most Vietnamese, Christmas is more of a novelty than a religious event and it isn’t an official holiday.