4 edition of Hakka search for a homeland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-163) and index.
|Statement||by Clyde Kiang.|
|LC Classifications||DS731.H3 K53 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||91071670|
List of books related to homeland security or management. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Previously, the single largest work in Hakka was the New Testament and Psalms (, pp., see The Bible in Chinese: Hakka), but since that has been surpassed by the publication of the complete Hakka Bible known as the Today's Taiwan Hakka Version and includes the Old Testament along with audio recordings.
The Hakka People is a branch of the Han Chinese with their Hakka Dialect and distinct identity, culture and customs. The Hakka people once lived in Central China, but migrated to the South mainly due to wars, and later some even moved overseas to various countries throughout the world. Today. e.g. and , or Jan and Dec ISBN: Return books with the ISBN: e.g. ISSN: Return serials with the ISSN: e.g.
Chapter 2: China: Hakka Cooking in the Homeland In China, Anusasananan finds her ancestral roots in Meixian in the southern province of Guangdong. In this Hakka heartland, she tastes true Hakka food at its source from earthy, robust flavors to unadulterated natural simplicity. This book likens Hakka cooking to a nomadic type of "soul food," or a hearty cooking tradition that responds to a shared history of hardship and oppression. Earthy, honest, and robust, it reflects the diversity of the estimated 75 million Hakka living in China and greater Asia, and in scattered communities around the world—yet still retains a.
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Hakka Search for a Homeland First Edition by Clyde Kiang (Author)2/5(2). Books about Hakka people are lacking, and Kiang offers an enlightening read for sociologists or anyone who consider themselves as Hakka.
Kiang' book is a good place to start if you are looking for some histroy but don't expect much. Ultimately, though, Kiang fails to fulfill the title of book.2/5. Advanced Search Find a Library COVID Resources Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title also in Chinese: Ke jia yu Taiwan. "A portion of this material originally appeared in The Hakka search for a homeland". The Hakka search for a homeland by: Kiang, Clyde Y. Published: () The unresponsive: resistant or neglected?: the homogeneous unit principle illustrated by the Hakka Chinese in Taiwan by: Liao, David C.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Clyde Kiang (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN Cited by: 2. Although the Hakka do not have a “homeland” they yearn to return to, the genealogy records are by no means abstract, instead providing concrete details of geography in various passages.
A record Hakka search for a homeland book the home in Su Province names the various mountains surrounding the homestead and the rivers that flow through the city.
Hakka–Chinese scientist and researcher Dr. Siu-Leung Lee stated in the book by Chung Yoon-Ngan, The Hakka Chinese: Their Origin, Folk Songs And Nursery Rhymes, that the potential Hakka origins from the northern Han and Xiongnu, The Hakka Search for a Homeland.
Allegheny Press. Hakka Mauritians 客家 Books on Hakka Language. ISBN My first Hakka-English dictionary, bought from a third party via Amazon. The first edition was published inwould you believe. The authors were part of the English Presbyterian Mission and based their work upon an older dictionary compiled by members of the Basel.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Excerpt form The Hakka Search for a Homeland by Clyde Kiang, on behaviour and personality, pg 60 George Campbell, a wel-known English missionary in China made a careful study of the behaviour and personality of the Hakkas.
He mentioned the qualities of the fearlessness, self reliance, and love of liberty as characterizing the people. In Search of a Homeland: The Story of the Aeneid: Lively, Penelope, Andrew, Ian: : s: The Hakka (Mandarin kejiat people”; alternative names: Hokka, Kejia, Kechia, Ke) are a diaspora ethnic group scattered throughout the world.
They are considered by most scholars and Chinese people to be a subcategory of the dominant Han ethnic group of China. Because of multiple migrations and the scattered aspect of some historical migrations of the Hakka, it is difficult to determine who.
Hakka culture (Chinese: 客家文化) refers to the culture created by Hakka people, a Han Chinese subgroup, across encompasses the shared language, various art forms, food culture, folklore, and traditional customs.
Hakka culture stemmed from the culture of Ancient Han Chinese, who migrated from China's central plain to what is modern day's Southern China during the 6th to 13th. Books for people who like Homeland Janu PM Subscribe. I love the TV show Homeland. It's very different from the kinds of things I'm normally into, but now I'm hooked.
I would like to find some books that would scratch the same itch, to keep me going untl next season. Ideally I'd like non-fiction, because I'd like to learn more. Hakka cuisine, is the cooking style of the Hakka people, who may also be found in other parts of Taiwan and in countries with significant overseas Hakka communities.
There are numerous restaurants in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand serving Hakka cuisine. Hakka cuisine was listed in on the first Hong Kong Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Amazon's Choice for hakka Bumblebee Breast Pump Manual Breast Pump Breastfeeding with Pump Stopper lid Pouch in Gift Box bpa Free & Silicone Breast Pump out of 5 stars From one of England's most honoured writers comes this children's adaptation of the 2,year-old The Aeneid.
Following Black Ships before Troy and The Wanderings of Odysseus, this mature picture book sees Aeneas flee from Troy to find a new homeland for his people. The Virgil tale is retold with dramatic poignancy, while the illustrations bring the characters to life, creating an /5(2).
Consider The Hakka Cookbook. It’s a perfect and unique gift especially for Hakka who want to learn more about their history, heritage, and cuisine. The book tells the story of the migration of China’s “guest people” known as the Hakka.
It follows my journey to discover my own Hakka identity as I travel and interview Hakka throughout the. Aeneas flees from the sacked city of Troy, entrusted by his goddess-mother Venus with a daunting mission: to find a new homeland for his people.
Over years after Virgil wrote his epic The Aeneid, Penelope Lively retells Aeneas' story with pace poignancy and drama, while Ian Andrew's illustrations bring the characters beautifully to life.A Hakka walled village is a large multi-family communal living structure that is designed to be easily defensible.
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