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The Hoklo people (河佬人), Hokkien people (福建人), or Hokuro people (endonym ''Hok-ló lâng'', ''Hō-ló lâng'', or ''(unicode:Ho̍h-ló lâng)'') are Han Chinese people whose traditional ancestral homes are in southern Fujian of South China. They are also known by various endonyms (above), or other related terms such as Min-nan people (閩南人) or Hokkien Lang (福建人).
In a narrow scope, "Hoklo people" refers mainly to people who speak and use the Hokkien dialect of Min Nan Chinese spoken in southern Fujian, Taiwan, Singapore, and by many overseas Chinese throughout Southeast Asia. Besides, Hoklo Taiwanese is the major ethnic group of Taiwanese People.
In a wider scope, "Hoklo people" can include speakers of other Min Nan dialects, such as Zhongshan Min, Zhenan Min, Teochew dialect, and Hainanese.〔Ben Sia, 《新加坡的漢語方言》 (The Chinese Languages and Dialects of Singapore)，1988〕
In general, the Hoklo people can refer to one of the following:
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