|Native to||Burma, India|
|Native speakers||123,000 (2000)|
Rawang, also known as Krangku, Kiutze (Qiuze), and Ch’opa, is a Tibeto-Burman language of India and Burma.
There is a high degree of dialectal diversity, and some varieties are not mutually intelligible. Most however understand Mutwang, the basis of written Rawang.
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