Korean is the official language of both South Korea and North Korea, with different standardized official forms used respectively. It is an East Asian language that is spoken by over 77 million people globally. Korean is also spoken in some parts of China.
Burmese is the official language of Myanmar and the Bamar people. It is sometimes also referred to as Myanmar language. Burmese is an Sino-Yibetan language that is spoken by over 33 million people in Myanmar and 10 million others as a second language.
Mandarin Chinese is the official language of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and it is also one of the four official language of Singapore. It is spoken by over 920 million people globally and is by far the largest of the seven or ten Chinese dialect groups.
Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam and it is spoken natively by an estimated 90 million people. Vietnamese speakers are also found in other parts of Southeast Asia, as well as East Asia, North America, Europe, and Australia.
Thai is the official language of Thailand and it is spoken by over 67 million people globally. Thai is sometimes referred to as Central Thai or Standard Thai. It is estimated that more than 47,000 native Thai speakers live in Singapore.
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