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Lao Ti

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Lao Ti
Total population
200 (1998 figure)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Tai–Kadai, Kam–Tai, Be–Tai, Tai–Sek, Tai, Southwestern Tai, East Central Tai Lao–Phutai[1]

Lao Ti (Thai: ลาวตี้, pronounced [lāːw tîː]) also called Lao Di are an ethnic group of Ratchaburi Province in western Thailand near the Burma border. The group was first studied in 1939 by the Danish ethnologist Erik Seidenfaden.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Hattaway, Paul (2004), Peoples of the Buddhist world: a Christian prayer diary, William Carey Library, p. 154, ISBN 978-0-87808-361-9
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