East and Southeast Asians in the United Kingdom are East and Southeast Asian British citizens. They have been present in the country since the 17th century and primarily originate from countries. They are called "East Asian" or "Oriental", although – dependent upon the context – the use of the term "Oriental" might be considered by some to be derogatory or offensive. In the 2001 British census, the term Chinese or Other is used.

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  • East and Southeast Asians in the United Kingdom are East and Southeast Asian British citizens. They have been present in the country since the 17th century and primarily originate from countries. They are called "East Asian" or "Oriental", although – dependent upon the context – the use of the term "Oriental" might be considered by some to be derogatory or offensive. In the 2001 British census, the term Chinese or Other is used.
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  • Bottom row:Vanessa-Mae, Herman Li, Gok Wan
  • Matt Tong, Kazuo Ishiguro, Anne Keothavong
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  • East and Southeast Asians in the United Kingdom
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  • British English, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese, and many others
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  • 1.600000 (xsd:double)
  • Burmese - 10,000
  • Chinese - 466,000
  • Filipino - 150,000
  • Japanese - 63,017
  • Malaysian - 50,000
  • Other East Asians - Unknown
  • Over. 1,000,000
  • Singaporean - 40,000
  • South Korean - 44,749
  • Thai - 36,000
  • Vietnamese - 55,000
  • All figures except the Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean and Thai communities are from the 2001 UK Census, with that country as a reported birthplace
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  • Buddhism, Christianity, East Asian religions, Islam, Non-religious, others
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  • East and Southeast Asians in the United Kingdom are East and Southeast Asian British citizens. They have been present in the country since the 17th century and primarily originate from countries. They are called "East Asian" or "Oriental", although – dependent upon the context – the use of the term "Oriental" might be considered by some to be derogatory or offensive. In the 2001 British census, the term Chinese or Other is used.
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  • East Asians in the United Kingdom
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