Ethnic groups similar to or like Chinese Singaporeans

Chinese Singaporeans are a local ethnic group in Singapore, defined as Singaporean nationals of Chinese descent. Wikipedia

  • Malaysian Chinese

    Malaysian Chinese people or Chinese Malaysians (馬來西亞華人; Orang Cina Malaysia), are a local ethnic group in Malaysia. Defined as Malaysian citizens of Chinese ethnicity. Wikipedia

  • Thai Chinese

    Ethnic Chinese community in Thailand. Thai Chinese are the largest minority group in the country and the largest overseas Chinese community in the world with a population of approximately 10 million people, accounting for 11–14% of the total population of the country as of 2012. Wikipedia

  • Culture of Singapore

    The culture of Singapore or Singaporean culture embodies the artistic, culinary, literary, musical, political and social elements that are representative of Singapore and Singaporeans. As the city-state lies at the crossroads of several major Asian cultures, its core culture consists of a combination of East Asian, Austronesian Malay, South Asian, and Eurasian influences. Wikipedia

  • Indian Singaporeans

    Indian Singaporeans are a local ethnic group located in Singapore. Defined as Singaporeans of Indian or South Asian ancestry, which constitutes 9.0% of the country's citizens, making them the third largest ethnic group in Singapore. Wikipedia

  • Languages of Singapore

    A multitude of languages are used in Singapore. It consists of several varieties of languages under the families of the Austronesian languages, Dravidian languages and Sino-Tibetan languages. Wikipedia

  • Penangite Chinese

    Penangite Chinese are ethnic Chinese Malaysians of full or partial Chinese ancestry who either hail from or live within the State of Penang. , nearly 42% of Penang's population belonged to the Chinese ethnic group, making ethnic Chinese the largest ethnic community within the state. Wikipedia


    Sentences forChinese Singaporeans

    • In the Encyclopedia of the Peoples of Asia and Oceania, the Han are called the dominant population in "China, as well as in Taiwan and Singapore."Han Chinese-Wikipedia
    • Singapore, which also had a predominantly Chinese population, was another popular destination, with the country's Commission (now Consulate-General) being besieged by anxious Hong Kong residents.Handover of Hong Kong-Wikipedia
    • From the decade of the 2000s, Lee expressed concern about the declining proficiency of Mandarin among younger Chinese Singaporeans.Lee Kuan Yew-Wikipedia
    • According to a population genetic study, Singapore is "the country with the biggest proportion of Hans" in Southeast Asia.Han Chinese-Wikipedia
    • By 1860 the population had swelled to over 80,000, more than half being Chinese.Singapore-Wikipedia
    • In the late 1970s, Lynn wrote that he found the average IQ of the Japanese to be 106.6, and that of Chinese people living in Singapore to be 110.Richard Lynn-Wikipedia

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