What branch of Hakka?

Discussions on the Hakka dialects.

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http://public1.ntl.gov.tw/publish/culture2/cul2_05.htm new address after the old one is gone.

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Khiu Meh

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I speak Ka Fa( Hakka) (Dapu variant) and Hokkien (Minnam) fluently since young. 'Khiu meh' is Ka Fa (Hakka) whereas 'khim' is Hokkien. I have many friends who speak Yon Ding Hakka ( Fukien variant). There is very little difference between the Fukien Hakka and Mexian or Dapu Hakka. The terminologies are the same. Actually, 'hakka is yue (Cantonese) in origin. It should sound more like 'kakka'. Kak means guest as in kak ngin.

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Above links appear to be temporarily. Does someone have a copies?

Thamks,

Thomas

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The author did publish this thesis 岳麓书社。You can buy it easily。
Let me know if you can't find,I have another version.

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The file is 15 M,you need to download a browser.

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