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Of the 31 variants found in this province, Gd Kaiping, Gd Taiwan-Hakka, Gd Haad Yai, Gd Haad Yai-like and Gd Huiyang occurred most frequently.
      
On the other hand, two ethnic groups, Fo-lo and Hakka, in Taiwan had both of the Y1 and the Y2 alleles.
      
Three of the eight Y2-positive men, 2 Fo-lo and a Hakka, shared family name Chen.
      
Both Hakka people and ancesters of Chen families could be traced to the Province of Henan in northern China in early 4th century.
      
The results show that Taiwan's Han Chinese differ drastically in genotypic information compared with Caucasians but are relatively homogeneous among the three major ethnic subgroups, Minnan, Hakka and Mainlanders.
      
Hitting are two major semantic components lexicalized in verbs of hitting in Hakka.
      
Hakka, another Sinitic language, comes in only at the end.
      
Hailu Hakka lacks cognates of other modals expressing ability, like Mandarin neng and Cantonese hoji.
      
It is not clear if these hats are exclusively worn by Hakka women or just associated with farm work.
      
In this paper we have presented an analysis of sentences with a modal element in post-verbal position in Cantonese and Hailu Hakka.
      
Symbols of indigenous culture, like Hakka hats, helped bolster the legitimacy of the indigenous women and attract media attention.
      
Talmy's schema is reviewed in 2.1 and then Lai's research in Hakka is introduced in 2.2.
      
Tang Sze-Wing helped us sorting out the Cantonese data and Hsieh Feng-fan provided the Hakka data in section 5.
      
This paper presents an analysis of sentences with the postverbal modal element dak in Cantonese and Hakka.
      
The variety of Hakka we discuss here is Hailu Hakka, spoken in Taiwan.
      
The Hakka mountain song, one of the few products the indigenous women definitely helped create, frames female inheritance in terms of fairness.
      
They establish a vitality farm on the ruined farmland and change traditional hakka eating custom from agricultural products.
      
The building is a Hakka clan owned premise cherished by its community members as a physical symbol of its history.
      
The island's Han Chinese coastal population was mainly immigrants or refugees from Guangdong, with the Hakka particularly important.
      
The traditional hakka eating custom is too greasy and salty and the residents want to have healthier eating custom.
      
 

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