Taihanese people

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Total population
Regions with significant populations
Flag of Taihan.png Taihan 56
Flag of Hong Kong.png Hong Kong 6
Flag of China.png China 4
Flag of Taiwan.png Taiwan 3

Standard CantoHinese


Taihanese folk religion, Ancestor worship, Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Christianity

Related ethnic groups

Hong Kong people, Cantonese people, Hakka people, Hoklo people, other Han Chinese

The Taihanese people (Traditional Han: 邰國人) are an ethnic group which originated in Taihan since the 21st century, consisting mostly of people with some Cantonese ancestry.


Many ethnic Taihanese speaks Standard Cantonese, especially in Taihan due to it's official language.

Most of the Taihanese people finds traditional Taihanese culture very deeply rooted, however, mostly they wear Hanfus on special occasions, and very often, they worship their ancestors.

The Taihanese people have preserved a distinctive Taihanese cuisine.


The earliest notion of a Taihanese group identity emerged in the form of a micronational identity following the founding of Taihan.