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Noun1.Hakka - a member of a people of southeastern China (especially Hong Kong, Canton, and Taiwan) who migrated from the north in the 12th century
Chinese - a native or inhabitant of Communist China or of Nationalist China
2.Hakka - a dialect of Chinese spoken in southeastern China by the Hakka
Chinese - any of the Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in China; regarded as dialects of a single language (even though they are mutually unintelligible) because they share an ideographic writing system
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2012 Hakka in Engkelili, Sarawak: Community and Identity.
He then pointed out the PCC's role in bringing the gospel to an underrepresented culture: the Hakka, an ethnic minority in Taiwan.
Must-have: Hakka steamed dim sum platter, salted caramel torte and peanut butter parfait with bitter chocolate sorbet
For New York, Chef Ho developed a menu featuring new dishes specifically created with local tastes and influences in mind such as stir fry lobster with mushrooms in XO sauce and Mabo tofu with chicken and homemade pickled chilli alongside Hakkasan classics such as the Hakka steamed dim sum platter and Roasted Silver Cod with Champagne and Chinese honey.
The past few months have seen an unprecedented growth in visitor numbers from 45,000 to 90,000 per week and more store openings including Burger King and Hakka Noodle in the first floor Food Court.
The Hakka Christians, on the other hand, felt superior in religion to these "heathens," who worshipped idols and ancestors in their ignorance of biblical truth.
His speech included phrases in the local Taiwanese dialect as well as in Hakka and the aboriginal languages.
Just before 11am, a piper started the New Zealanders' countdown to 2007 amid party poppers and a display of their traditional Hakka dance.
During the second half of the nineteenth century, the name of Rudolf Lechler (1824-1908) became almost synonymous with the Basel Hakka Mission in Guangdong, China.
Chinese people, principally ethnic Hakka from the provinces of Guangdong, Jiangxi and Fujian, have lived in Kolkata for at least 230 years, dating back to the time when the city was the capital of the British Empire in India.
Paul McLean talked about his time in Taiwan, where he first went as a missionary in 1983, and along with a dedicated and deeply connected team of 20 ("translation is teamwork," said McLean), joyfully unveiled a new Bible translation in the indigenous Hakka language in 2012--a project that was 26 years in the making.
Royal China in Bandra is perhaps the only place that doesn't serve the ubiquitous hakka noodles.