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RE: hakka: .. Standard "Accent"..Lau Tze Approach
I prefer Lau Tze's approach of Wu Wei,i.e., letting nature takes its course
in this issue. As Hakka media culture is blossoming, and the transport
system improved, and economic activities more integrated in Hakka area, a
more common Hakka accent should appear. Even if it is Meixian accent, it
will be influenced and modified by other accent. The blending of accent will
come naturally as Hakkas are more closely together in media culture,
intra-economic activities, and intra-Hakka region movement of people and
goods. The trick is how to bring intra-region Hakka more connected with
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Subject: hakka: ....And what would be the Standard "Accent"
of the Jiaying Province?
Here's another question to think about before launching a Jiaying
should we hail Meixian Accent as the Standard...or should we let all
Accents live together peacefully? I'm of the type who would try to
Meixian Accent Together with my Accent of Wuhua, to try to get
giving up The families Dialect.
I do however think that if ANY Jiaying province is to be a reality,
a common standard for our ShengHua, and I give Meixian Accent my
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