It is therefore impossible to distinguish among those who speak Fujianese
, Taiwanese/Minnan, and other major Chinese dialects.
Fluent in Fujianese
, Mandarin, Cantonese, and charmingly competent in English, Nancy clearly identified each ingredient for us: enoki, black, oyster and white beech mushrooms, and mushroom balls; soybean curd and skin, corn, taro root, tomatoes, water cress, fried, frozen, and fresh tofu; yam noodles and yam cake, broccoli, carrots, turnips, and Chinese cabbage.
The official notes that Kinmen boasts tourist attractions including Southern Fujianese
culture and battleground culture, which are entirely different from Xiamen.
Paper topics in this section include human trafficking and national security in Serbia, Fujianese
migration and the British press coverage of the Dover incident, and the climate refugee crisis.
It was settled by Fujianese
, then Hakka people from mainland China before being discovered by the Portuguese in the 16th century, colonised by the Dutch in the 17th century, followed by the Spanish and then, between 1895 and 1945, the Japanese," he adds.
19) There are reams of publications on the Fujianese
diaspora, spanning business, academia, and the military, and even testimony before the U.
All have only basic knowledge of English, and use Mandarin, Cantonese, and Fujianese
at both work and home.
Brooklyn's Chinatown population shifts from Cantonese to Fujianese
[Sunset Park Blog]
The nature of the relationship between these two Fujianese
monarchs is not known, but they are both said to have claimed descent from King Goujian of Yue and used the same clan name: Zou [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Native Taiwanese and many others also speak one of the Southern Fujianese
dialects, Min-nan, also known as Taiwanese.
296) For example, in 1995, a Fujianese
woman was accused of bearing and hiding a second child despite physical evidence to the contrary.
Along the same vein as Saslow's call for a reexamination of the more traditional assertions regarding the lack of egalitarian homosexual models, Professor Ng cites from the scholarly work of Shen Defu (1578-1642) to illustrate that homosexuality among equals was commonplace in at least the province of Fujian, China: "The Fujianese
especially favor male homosexuality.