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Silence and Questions
Never seen this board so silent for such a long time, except for the
junk mail. Where are you Mr. CHUNG Yoon-Ngan ? Love to read your
stories! Mr. Sherman David Cheung, as you can see, it's difficult to get
just one board going, let alone two. You gave it a good try old chap!
Must congratulate Mr. S. L. Lee though for such a fine job. Thanks.
Returning to the subject of Hakkas, I think I've asked these questions
once before but not getting satisfactory answers.
1. Were the Hakka people, once, an ethnic entity?
2. Did they live in one place - north, south, east, west (?) - centuries
3. If so, are there still traces of such a people in those places of
Hakka origin? Do they still speak a Hakka dialect(s) in those places?
I am inclined to think that we all came together from different places
and ethnic groups and somehow built a culture and language over time and