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The Hakka, Chinese refugees from war and intolerance who kept fleeing south, as far as Hong Kong, and even overseas




Their name means ‘guest people’, but they were never welcome for long. Over 17 centuries, wave after wave of Hakka Chinese kept moving south, some as far as Hong Kong, and even overseas.



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