||62,074 in Myanmar (2000 WCD). Population total all countries: 122,610.
||Kachin State, highlands. Serwang is close to the Tibet border. Wadamkong is in Myanmar. Also spoken in India.
||Nung Rawang, Ganung-Rawang, Hkanung, Nung, Krangku, Taron, Kiutze, Ch'opa, Chiutse
||Rawang, Agu, Hpungsi, Htiselwang, Matwanly, Mutwang, Serhta, Serwang, Wadamkong, Wahke, Taron, Tangsarr, Longmi (Lungmi), Zithung, Kunlang. 75 to 100 dialects, some of which are inherently unintelligible to each other's speakers. Five major divisions: Longmi, Mutwang, Serwang, Tangsarr, Kwinpang (Nung); each has 20 to 30 subdialects. Dialect continuum with Nu nationality in China. Dialects near the Tibet border are harder to understand. Kunglang in India; communication cut off in 1950s. Most dialects understand Mutwang, the central, written dialect. Related, but not the same as Drung in China.
||Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Nungish
||All domains. Oral and written use in religion. Their second language is Burmese, third is English. Some also speak Lisu and Kachin.
||Literacy rate in first language: 30% to 60%. Literacy rate in second language: 75% to 100%. Bible: 1986.
||The Chinese name is 'Kiutze' or 'Qiuze'. The Lisu name is 'Ch'opa'. 'Krangku' is a regional name of Rawang. SOV. Plateau.