Vietnamese community of Berlin

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Vietnamese community of Berlin
Total population

12,814 Vietnam-born people with only Vietnamese citizenship,[1] 20,000 with German citizenship or born in Berlin,

unknown number of illegal migrants, total number est. at 40,000 (1,16% of total population) [2]
Regions with significant populations
Berlin
Lichtenberg, Mitte, Marzahn-Hellersdorf, Wedding, Moabit, Neukölln
Languages
German · Vietnamese
Religion
predominantly Buddhism
Related ethnic groups
Vietnamese people in Germany

Vietnamese people are Berlin's largest East Asian community, comprising 1.16% of the total population. Areas and localities with significant populations are mostly in the former East-Berlin, for instance, Lichtenberg, where people of Vietnamese origin make up 11.8% of the population, 3800 out of 32,295.[3] Other areas with high amount of Vietnamese are Mitte, Marzahn-Hellersdorf and in the Western Part of Berlin, Neukölln.

Ethnicity[edit]

The Vietnamese community isn't a homogenous one, because one quarter of Vietnamese migrants in Berlin and Germany are Hoa. The rest mostly consist of Hmong and Kinh.

History[edit]

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