Ethnic Vietnamese

Vietnamese people are the largest non-Khmer ethnic group in Cambodia. Vietnamese in Cambodia are mainly descended from settlers who immigrated in the early 20th century. Many are assimilated into Khmer society, but there are still those who keep their separate social identity. Most of them are Buddhist with the customs such as ancestor worship, death anniversary and other festivals such as Tet holiday (Lunar New Year).

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