Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Orotchi (Kekae), a people of the Maritime Province, East Siberia, scattered in small groups over the whole region from the coast to the Sikhota-Alin range, and about the head-waters of the Ussuri; are a branch of the Tungus family, but have become largely mixed with the Chinese in the southern districts, where they are called Mantze and Ta-tze; flat, square features, high cheekbones, thick lips, olive-brown skin, slant eyes, Jonglank black hair; language closely related to. that of the Goldi, a Tungus people of the Amur basin.