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Re: hakka: Re: your comments please
> Though there is education and
> media in Guangdonghua and Putonghua, at home people will communicate
> in the dialect of their elders. Whilst this influence persists, the
> young are still exposed to the dialect.
I am pleased to hear this, that Hakka is still being spoken, in spite of
influence of Cantonese and Mandarin there.
> I am impressed that the Hakka group has warranted enough attention in
> recent years that series about Hakka life and social customs are made
> and shown.
So far, from the Cantonese tv serials and movies shown (produced by Hong
I have seen some Teochew and Hokkien being spoken. However, I have never
Hakka being spoken at all. The same applies to Taiwanese movies where
you get to hear some Minnan dialect.