Hakka dialect

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Noun1.Hakka dialect - 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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I am sure my dad could speak the Hakka dialect that his father would have spoken, but he never did.
In Singkawang, Cap Go Meh, or, in the local Hakka dialect, Zhang Yet Ban, is celebrated with a three-day public ceremony.
With help from educated Chinese, they romanized the Hakka dialect, printed religious tracts, and translated the Bible.
He mastered the Hakka dialect and trained a circle of Chinese coworkers who were responsible for the initial conversion of a high percentage of the Basel Christians.
McLean has returned to the island country to complete something he began years ago: a translation of the Bible into the Hakka dialect.
As the film title disappears, Hou moves the focus to Ah-Ha, who is summoned by his grandmother in Hakka dialect while he is playing a game with his friends in the village square, and is then seen to bury his money and marbles under a big tree before going home.
The web features seven to nine hours of original programming in the Hakka dialect daily with previously aired content the rest of the time.