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Source: Xi Lu


Native Name

Total Speakers
Up to 2015, the count of native-speakers of Hakka is about 40 million.

Usage By Country
Hakka is used in different countries, such as China, Malaysia and Indonesia.

It is believed that the ancestors of native-speakers of Hakka are from Central Plains in China. For some reason, such as avoiding wars and natural disasters, they immigrate into Southern China, especially Guangdong, Fujian and Taiwan, where most native-speakers of Hakka are still living in. Hakka is written in Chinese characters.

Received 9/21/2016
Posted 9/21/2016
Checked 9/21/2016