Talk:Mulao people

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What language do they speak?

Gringo300 07:55, 23 Jun 2005 (UTC)

According to this page on the Mulam Minority, they speak the Mulam language, but it might also be called the Mulao language.
Taken from the above website:
"The Mulam are an agricultural people with a self-sufficient village economy. Religions include Buddhism and Daoism. The Mulam language is related to that of the Dong and Chinese characters are used. The Mulam live in the Guangxi Autonomous Region."
---Hottentot

Name[edit]

According to several different sources, the name in English for this ethnic group should be Mulam. Anybody opposing that we move the article? Yenx (talk) 07:01, 4 December 2008 (UTC)