Mongolian diaspora

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Mongolian diaspora
Гадаад дахь монголчууд
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Total population
107,140 (2010).[1]
Regions with significant populations
 China 5,800,000
 South Korea 30,674 (2009)[2]
 United States 18,344 (2010)[3]
 Czech Republic 7,515 (2007)[4]
 United Kingdom 7,000 (2009)[5]
 Canada 5,355 (2011)[6]
 Japan 4,774 (2011)[7][8]
Languages
Mongolian
Related ethnic groups
Mongols

Mongolian diaspora refers to people of Mongolian descent[clarification needed] who live outside Mongolia. According to the Mongolian Census of 2010, 107,140 Mongolian nationals were reported to be living abroad for more than six months,[1] as of 2009, South Korea had the largest population of Mongolian citizens abroad.[9] China has 5.8 million ethnic Mongolians, who mainly reside in the province of Inner Mongolia. During the Mongol invasions and conquests, many people permanently settled in areas conquered by Mongol armies.

Mongolia[edit]

The 2010 Mongolian National Census provided the following statistics for Mongolian citizens living abroad for 6 months or more, with 107,140 citizens living abroad, this represents 3.8% of the total population living abroad officially for 6 months or more.

Country of residence Number of residents
 South Korea 29534
 USA 17036
 Czech Republic 7274
 China 7273
 Japan 5401
 Russia 5008
 Germany 3852
 United Kingdom 3701
 France 2859
 Turkey 2645
 Kazakhstan 2523
 Hungary 1615
  Switzerland 1509
 Austria 1346
 Canada 1259
 Ireland 1124
 India 1116
 Poland 999
 Australia 962
 Italy 282
Other 9822
Total 107140

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 2010 оны тооллого
  2. ^ "체류외국인 국적별 현황", 《2009년도 출입국통계연보》, South Korea: Ministry of Justice, 2009, p. 262, retrieved 2011-03-21 
  3. ^ "Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics: 2010 Census Summary File 2, Mongolian alone or in any combination (465) & (100-299) or (300, A01-Z99) or (400-999)". American FactFinder. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved October 8, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Latest numbers show 7,500 Mongolians working in Czech Republic", Mongolia Web, 2008-02-19, retrieved 2008-10-04 
  5. ^ "Mongolia: Mapping exercise" (PDF). London: International Organization for Migration. May 2009. Retrieved 16 May 2010. 
  6. ^ Statistics Canada. "2011 National Household Survey: Data tables". Retrieved 18 February 2014. 
  7. ^ "モンゴル国", 各国・地域情勢, Tokyo, Japan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, May 2005, retrieved 2010-09-08 
  8. ^ "統計表1", 国籍(出身地)別 在留資格(在留目的)別 外国人登録者 (PDF), Tokyo, Japan: Ministry of Justice, 2003-05-30, retrieved 2007-08-17 
  9. ^ "Mongolians, Koreans share ancient bonds", Taipei Times, 2003-10-13, retrieved 2007-08-17 

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