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A lively melting pot of different races and cultures. Yes, the people of Mauritius are called Mauritians. We are proud of our island and proud to be Mauritians. You’ll be welcome with open arms.What is the nationality of Mauritians?
Mauritians. Mauritians (singular Mauritian; French: Mauricien; Creole: Morisien) are nationals or natives of the Republic of Mauritius and their descendants. Mauritius is a multiethnic society, descended from Indian, African, Chinese and European (mostly of French origin) ancestry.Are there Chinese people in Mauritius?
Those who married French Mauritians stayed and were soon assimilated into the French culture. Occupation and ethnicity used to be closely related. You’ll still find most Chinese working in commerce like small grocery shops, supermarkets, casinos, and restaurants. The Indo Mauritians are mostly involved in agriculture.What is it like to live in Mauritius?
The people of Mauritius usually converse in creole or Mauritian ‘kreol’ which evolved from French in the 18th century. Our unofficial ‘national’ language has the most charming expressions and riddles that will put a smile on your face. Religious affiliations and ethnicity are also closely related. So many religions and so many places of worship …