Most Spoken Languages in Taiwan

Can you name the 21 national languages (including the sixteen indigenous languages) and the eighteen most prevalant immigrant languages in Taiwan
The number of population (number on the left of the language) is only estimation, not entirely accurate
No data for Chinese languages that are originated from mainland China, and Chinese languages must be guessed separately
Population is not necessarily the first language
All 16 indigenous (Formosan) languages are national languguages
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Official
19,856,000
Mandarin
 
 
National
19,476,000
Taiwanese Hokkien
1,569,000
Hakka
332,000
(16 Formosan languages)
20,000
Taiwan Sign language
12,000
Matsu
Indigenous
108,200
Amis
32,600
Bunun
28,062
Truku
15,000
Paiwan
10,000
Atayal
7,964
Seediq
6,156
Saisiyat
4,100
Tsou
4,000
Puyuma
2,700
Yami/Tao
2,000
Rukai
1,295
Kavalan
997
Sakizaya
500
Saaroa
190
Thao
10
Kanakanabu
Foreign / Immigrant
3,000,000+
English
400,000+
Japanese
346,000+
Vietnamese
< 339,140
(Other Chinese languages)
307,000+
Indonesian/Malay/Javanese
155,000+
Tagalog
87,000+
Cantonese
72,400+
Thai
7,000+
Korean
5,000+
(South Asian languages)
4,600+
Khmer
2,700+
French
2,500+
Spanish
1,900+
Burmese
1,300+
German
900+
Russian
800+
Dutch
700+
Mongolian
600+
Italian
600+
Portuguese
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Level 58
Jan 19, 2021
According to Republic of China’s (Taiwan) Immigration Agency, Ministry of Education, Council of Indigenous Peoples, Hakka Affairs Council and other related papers.

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