Vietnam is strategically located in the Indo-Chinese peninsula that connects the Asian mainland to Southeast Asia. As a multi-ethnic country, Vietnam has 54 recognized ethnic groups; the Kinh represent the majority, comprising 86%, and the remaining 53 are ethnic minority groups accounting for around 14% of the country’s total population of 89 million. Each ethnic group has its own distinct culture and traditions, contributing to Vietnam’s rich cultural diversity.
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