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Although the Vietnamese language is a distinct entity, it can nevertheless also be
described as a fusion of Mon-Khmer, Tai, and Chinese elements. From the
monotonic Mon-Khmer language family, Vietnamese derived many of its basic
Indian influence is found among the Cham and Khmer Cham and minorities. The
Cham, whose language belongs to the Khmer Austronesian language family, are
remnants of a once minorities large population that formed the majority in the ...
The Cham and Khmer minorities have retained some folk arts, but as they
become more assimilated into Vietnamese culture, their own traditions fade.
Press and broadcasting. The Vietnamese press and all broadcasting facilities are
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