A group of about 500 (1981) in southwest Cambodia, the Saoch are closely related to the Pear and Chong. The Saoch, who were once hunter-gatherers, are largely assimilated into Khmer society today.
Taillard, Paul (1943). "Les Saoch." Bulletins et Travaux pour 1942, Institut Indochinois pour l'Etude de l'Homme 5:15-45.
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