This book unfolds a systematic elaboration of the following issues: 1. The traditional culture of Han nationality is the source of the Hakka culture. The Hakka ancestors were migrants from Central China, thus the culture of Central Plains makes up the majority of the Hakka culture. 2. Baiyue, She, Yao and other southern national cultures are the sub-source of the Hakka culture, after the southward migration the Hakkas was subject to the extensive and far-reaching effects of several southern ethnic cultures. 3. While maintaining the Central Plains culture, the Hakka ethnic groups takes an inclusive attitude toward other ethnic cultures, which promotes the growth of the Hakka ethnic group and culture and thus makes outstanding contributions to further enriching the Lingnan culture and the cultural treasure-house of the Chinese nation.
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Book Description paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 270 Language: Chinese in Publisher: South China University of Technology Press Hakka ancestors retain heavy Zhongyuan cultural identity is the Central Plains immigrants Hakka culture. Because there are three: First. by Hakka immigrants social decision. Hakka south. the need for internal and external. the Central Plains culture as a coupling ethnic cohesion ties. The second is the new settlement Pichu mountain. away from war. relative social stability. and thus. Bookseller Inventory # CC045787