The Tau-Oi (Ta Hoi, Tà ôi) are a group of swidden rice farmers and fishers located in Saravane Province in Laos and in neighboring areas of Vietnam. In Vietnam, they numbered 26,004 in 1985; their entire population was estimated at 30,000 in 1981.
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