Monthly Archives: January 2011

Phonology

The International Phonetic Association (IPA) symbols can be use to represent the sounds of Hakka. Square brackets ‘[‘ and ‘]’ are used to indicate the contents are IPA sound symbols. Tone information can be thought of as the change in … Continue reading

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Hakka

Introduction Hakka 客家話 is a language from the family of languages called Chinese 漢語. It has over 37 million speakers worldwide, with the majority of its speakers living across a belt of southern China. The dialect which has become the … Continue reading

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A blog for 香港客家方言 the Hong Kong Hakka Dialect

字係門樓書係屋 su⁴ he⁴ mun¹ leu² su¹ he⁴ vuk⁵ [ su˥ hɛ˥˧ mun˩ lɛu˩ su˧ hɛ˥˧ ʋuk˩ ] “The character is the doorway, the book is the house.” Welcome to my blog, please step in and enjoy the journey.

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