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Actually, I do get it loud and clear not to fall into the sympathy of
"Surrounding Wei to rescue Zao". An intact GuangDong is beneficial to
all of China. An unintact GuangDong isn't beneficial to China and neither
is an independent JiaYing.
The first arguement for a JiaYing Province was to save the Hakka Language
but "without" restrictions of letting other linguistic groups move in.
Next, it was because there was a concern that GuangDong will get too
powerful and succeed from China.
Then the arguement moves to that every ethnic group deserves a homeland.
Pardon me, but I thought Hakka is ethnically Han and China is our
Now after some rubuttle, the argument has now shifted to saving the Hakka
Culture. And that is why I'm stumped because you guys don't even know
what customs you are trying to save because I don't know the cultural
differences between Cantonese and Hakka. And to "save" from what & whom?
How am I supposed to understand your cause if nobody explains it.
I respect those who fight for their cause but respect is earned only with
justification where it is a win-win situation for all parties involved. I
don't respect causes which uses arguements which can't stand on their
own merit. And I don't respect causes that have possiblities of
repeating history or being a victim of it's own success which I've
pointed out re: floating populations. I also don't questions Dr. Liu's
motives but I do question his justifications re: valid arguments.
GuangDong belongs to all of us not just to Cantonese. When you have
roommates sharing a dorm room, you make the best of it in order to
maintain the peace. Why don't you ask Dr. Liu to confirm how much
similarities the genetics are between Hakka and Cantonese.
"Love" is enough only when all parties benefit through a win-win
situation. No one has yet justified how China wins if JiaYing is
separated from GuangDong.
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