Claudette de la Haye wrote:For those of you who are Chinese from the Caribbean, Guyana (UK), Marituis, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tabago! Our ancestors came fron Canton aka Hong Kong.
I am currently searching fro my father from Jamaica who is Chinese.
for those of you egar to trace your linege as I was place in the Web-browser "Jamaican Chinese" or "Canadian Jamaican Chinese 2000"
goto the liks with refence to Guyana (UK) and you will see the boat loads of your ancestors names which, have been recorded in the history books.
You will be speechless to see the inventory of each boat. All family names are listed so you get an indepth idea as to what happened.
Good luck! And thank you for the information on the website.
I too am looking to learn Hakka starting with the alphabet, numbers and words. Tou will be happy to know some people speak it in Jamaica!
Laters. Claudette de la Haye (Chung)Jackie Yeung wrote:
> I am chinese of origin and am from a hakka family born and
> brought up in
> Mauritius.I came to England in 1969 to do nursing and I am at
> working with an independant hospital (BUPA) near Leeds.I am
> with three grown up sons.I do speak a bit of hakka but do not
> read or
> write chinese.I have always been interested in my own culture
> but would
> like to learn more and of course to practice the language.
Mai-Ling wrote:Im not sure if this forum is still working.
Im 18 and live in the UK and speak hakka.
So Iggy, im not sure how old you are, but i doubt very much your generation is the last to speak hakka =)
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