Zaiwa (autonym: tsau˧˩va˥˩; Tsaiwa, Tsaiva) is a language spoken in parts of China and Burma. There are around 100,000 speakers. It is also known as Atsi, its name in Jingpo. Zaiwa is a member of the Burmish languages. Pela (Bola), 400 speakers, was once classified as a dialect.
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