From Chinese 記號 ‘mark, note; sign; ideogram’
Apparently a Vietnamese-originated Sino-Vietnamese compound*, from:
- 代 ‘replace(ment)’
Literary Hokkien: tài
- 面 ‘face; surface, plane; aspect, side; dimension’
Cantonese: mihn, mín
Literary Hokkien: biān
*Chinese Wiktionary has an article with a Russian translation saying it means ‘mask’ and some other stuff, but no other dictionary I have knows this word.