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Website on Hakka History
I saw your interesting posting. There's no other like it, try Dr. S.L.
Lee's www.asiawind.com website and his Hakka Chinese Homepage. It's the
best I've seen so far, and try Jonathan Teoh's website.
- On Sat, 27 May 2000 08:15:28 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
"The topic of My roots: Purpose: TO AROUSE THE INTEREST AND CURIOSITY
ABOUT THEIR ROOTS AND CULTURE
This is a lead(ice braking) question, "where did Hakka come from ?" A
short answer could be found on my introduction section of my web site.
Point at a migrational map as you go through the 5 migrations which can
be found on my web site under migration. You can "side explain" that the
map is prepared by a famous Hakka scholar Low Hsiang Lin who published 2
books on Hakkaology and have gained leading status in the Hakkaology
field. His books were published in 1933."
This is Jonathan's website.
Jonathan has been giving me some advice on what kinds of topics we can
use at the Toronto Hakka conference for the youth panel, please take a
look at the conference website, it does have some good resource links
that might help you.