|Native to||China, Vietnam|
|5,000  (2002)|
Mantsi (autonym: mã53 tsi53; also called Mondzi, Munji (mo21 ndʑi21), Lolo, Flowery Lolo, or Red Lolo, is a Lolo-Burmese language. Speakers are located mostly in Funing County, Yunnan, China and Hà Giang Province, Vietnam. In China they are classified as a subgroup of the Yi people. In Vietnam they are called Lô Lô and is classified as one of the official 54 ethnic groups in the country.
Mantsi has 40 initials, 27 vowels (11 monophthongs and 13 diphthongs), and 6 tones (Lama 2012).
- Hsiu (2014)
- Mantsi at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) (subscription required)