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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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These options are in addition to Minnan, Hakka, and the Formosan languages, which are the languages of Taiwan's indigenous peoples.
A small plates restaurant in the heart of London, Fatt Pundit specialises in traditional hakka cuisine, an Indianoriginated style of cooking from a region of east Kolkata that leans into Chinese flavours and ingredients.
Tulou, which literary means 'mud abode,' is a large, enclosed, and fortified earth building unique to the Hakka people of southeastern China.
Two lantern areas in Dapeng Bay that elicited collective "ooohs" and "aaahs" and got countless guests on a clicking and selfie frenzy on their gadgets were Under the Sea, which featured fascinating fish, coral reefs, and purple striped jellyfish, and Beautiful Liudui, which highlighted the celebratory aspects of Hakka culture, including a gorgeous walkway teeming with hanging red lanterns.
Tunisia's Nidhal Saadi will be one of the festival's guests with his one-man show "Le Hakka, Le Hakka."
But after Lim, Wong and their entourage left, the residents of this predominantly Hakka community of 400 families were quick to return to their previous activity as though the political visit had not happened.
Patna: In a first, authorities in Bihar are providing hakka noodles and boiled vegetables to a Chinese convict in jail as he finds the Indian food normally served to prisoners too spicy.
Blossoming from April-May 2018, the inspiration of the Tung Blossom Festival comes from the Hakka people, who live a hard working and simple life nurtured by wisdom that has come down from their original integration into the Taiwanese local culture.
Highlights of the weekend were the opening ceremony with children carrying flags of 20 nations, entertainment like the prominent Ballet Folklorico, the Chinese wedding ceremony by the Midwest Hakka Association, and booths selling art and goods from around the world..
In "Hakka American Associations and Their Online Discourses: A Case Study of the Taiwan Council Global Website," Ann Shu-ju Chiu and Wei-An Chang explore the intersections of Hakka Chinese identities, global Internet connections, and virtual communities.
Sliced beef with oyster sauce, black pepper and vegetables - a semi dry dish -- goes great with vegetable noodles or hakka chow mein.
Then they present nine case studies, among them, out of India: language contact and change in Sarnami (Caribbean Hindustani>, Hakka as spoken in Suriname, and the transformation of a colonial language: Surinamese Dutch.