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Hakka in Jamaica

Most Chinese Jamaicans are Hakka and can trace their origin to the Chinese labourers that came to Jamaica in the mid-19th to early 20th centuries. The British parliament made a study of prospects for Chinese migration to the West Indies in 1811, and in 1843 made an attempt to recruit Chinese workers to come to Jamaica, British Guiana, and Trinidad, but nothing came of it.

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Hakka in Taiwan

Hakka people In Taiwan comprise about 15 to 20% of the population and are descended largely from Guangdong immigrants: they form the second-largest ethnic group on the island.

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Meiyang Chang Girlfriend – Monali

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Francis Lepcha Songs – Chahat

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The First Smartphone with Intel Inside to Launch in India

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Joe Samion in Musical Night at Markham

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Swissotel Hotel Kolkata

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Lion Dance at Swissotel Hotel in Kolkata

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