|Region||Rezua, Chin State|
|Ethnicity||Zo (Zo Minphuin)|
|(52,000 cited 1990)|
VanBik (2009:55) lists the following Zotung villages: Aekaw, Lotaw, Laawvaw, Ccaho, Pangvaw, Rangcci, Sihathong, Zawngnak, Angraw, Poolei, Vuakhipaw, Lavoikung, Dawccung, Khawboi, Seccae, Lungkhy, Laepi, Ccungsung, Langly, Sesie, Khawtua, Sesie, Ceiunia, Rovaw, Razua, Ccawceiu, Rasae, Etang, Thadya, Ceiubyng, Hinthang, Siangaw, Longphialia, Thaawlang, Hunglae, Raso, Tuilaw, Tingsi, Zesaw, Thesi, Lungring, Sungpi, Vocui, Kaelung, Belae, Lungngo, Sepi, Tuphae, Lawngdua, Suitong, Daidin, Din, Voiru
- Rovaw - 2 locations
- Hinthaa - 4 locations
- Ccongsawng - 2 locations
- Ceiubyng - 2 locations
55 villages in 61 locations (2017):
- 4 villages in Gangaw township, Magway Region
- 3 villages in Hakha township, Chin State
- 1 village in Thangtlang township, Chin State
- 1 village in Mindat township, Chin State
- 46 villages in Matupi township, Chin State
Lost Zotung villages:
- Lawngko, nearby (very close with) Kaelawng
- Cuitaw, between Lotaw and Longngo
- Tongbu, moving into Mara land and became Mara now.
- Zotung at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
- Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Zotung Chin". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
- VanBik, Kenneth. 2009. Proto-Kuki-Chin: A Reconstructed Ancestor of the Kuki-Chin Languages. STEDT Monograph 8. ISBN 0-944613-47-0.
- Shintani Tadahiko. 2015. The Zotung language. Linguistic survey of Tay cultural area (LSTCA) no. 105. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA).