Monthly Archives: November 2014

Kung Yung 孔融

The following story is a famous Chinese tale, of a real person, Kong Rong 孔融, a descendant of Confucius. The following story is a romanised version of “Kung Yung” found in Sagart’s book Phonologie Du Dialecte Hakka de Sung Him … Continue reading

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Shellabear’s Triglot Vocabulary (English, Malay, Chinese=Hokkien and Hakka)

The Triglot Vocabulary : English, Malay, Chinese (Hok-Kien, Hak-Ka, Character) 6th Edition, 1913 William Girdlestone Shellabear. Chinese Renderings by Rev. B.F. West, MD Methodist Publish House Singapore Preface to the Fifth Edition A Fifth Edition of the Triglot Vocabulary being … Continue reading

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