Vietnamese people in Finland
(4,645 Vietnamese speakers|
2,010 Vietnamese citizens)
|Regions with significant populations|
|Helsinki and Turku|
|Mahayana Buddhism and Roman Catholicism|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Vietnamese people in Norway and other overseas Vietnamese|
Vietnamese people in Finland form one of the country's largest groups of Southeast Asian people. According to Statistics Finland, in 2007 there are 4,645 people whose mother tongue is Vietnamese and 2,010 people with Vietnamese citizenship residing in Finland. The Vietnamese-Finnish community includes both ethnic Vietnamese and Sino-Vietnamese.
The majority of the Vietnamese in Finland are Mahayana Buddhist, with a 12% Christian minority.
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