In the past, the stereotypes of the public and many researchers were that the clans emigrant came from Haifeng and Lufeng in the Qing Dynasty are considered as Hakka. Take the six districts in the southern half of Taoyuan City as an example. The clans belong to the Haifeng and the Lufeng, and the ratio of the Hakka descendants to Minnan descendants is about 2 to 1. Why are there a group of communities that say that it is very similar to Fujian Minnan dialect in the Haifeng and Lufeng areas 500-600 km away from the Fujian Minnan? This is related to the ancestral structure of the Haifeng and Lufeng residents. Whether it is the Minnan ethinc group or Hakka ethnic group in the Haifeng or Lufeng areas, it shows that a considerable proportion is directly moved from Fujian to the early Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty. This is closely related to the "bodyguard system" implemented in the Ming Dynasty. The soldiers and their families from the Southern or Western Fujian experienced three or four hundred years of shackles, rooted in the Haifeng and Lufeng areas, and became the mainstream language community. From the study of the microscopic of the Hakka reach in Sothern Taoyuan, the study of the immigration history of Taiwan in the mid-view, the interactive relationship between the Zheng Kingdom of the Taiwan, and the Qing Empire in the second half of the 17th century, there are considerable research connotations that can be explored, and it is worthy of deeper research by the aspiring researchers to explore.
|Effective start/end date||2017/01/01 → 2018/08/31|
- ethnic group
- bodyguard system
- the uprising due to mining event in Eastern of Guandong
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