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Fwd: Re: hakka: re: Hakkologists, please reply
>I read your Yet centric view, it sounds too TI for me.
>You are more Tainwanese than Hakka. Well, environment changes people.
>>Dear Mr. Chung:
>>I am not Hakkalogists but I will make some comments anyway.
>>The part related to Taiwan still have inaccurate points, as I
>>with you before. The people came with Cheng Cheng-kung or mitrated to
>>Taiwan during Cheng's era should not be mostly Hakka. Cheng and his
>>followers mainly came from southern Fuk-kien. Otherwise, Hakka will
>>be such a minority in Taiwan now. Some of the towns you mentioned
>>are not Hakka town.
>>I read the two books about the origin of Hakka by Professor Lo
>>(used Hakka pronounciation)carefully. The migration story especially
>>first two are based on very litte evidences. I will suggest everyone
>>following informations if you are interested in Hakka origin.
>>1) Dr. Liu Zinfad's posting in Hakka Forum on 2/14 (The origin of the
>>Hakka), 2/17 (Hakka identity revisited), 2/20 (definition of Hakka),
>>(Hakka genetics and others), 12/27 (Cantonese/Hakka linguistics)
>>2) Professor Fong Hok-ka's book " Deep Investigation of the Origin of
>>Hakka " ( mainly archeology and sociology view points)
>>3) Robert Ramsey: The Language of China (Princeton U. Press, 1987):
>>linguistics view points
>>Prof. Lo made a comment in this book that blood type study should be
>>done in future to help to determine the origin of Hakka. The modern
>>studies either by immunolobulin genetics, HLA typing or other studies
>>different investigators point to the fact that Hakka's ancestors are
>>from southern China and only very small numbers migrated from North.
>>I summaried or quoted some information from Lo, Fong and Ramsey's
>>books in my homepage too. You are welcome to visit (no Honsii fonts
>>necessary, written in English):
>>Thanks, Best Regards.
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