|Native to||Southern China, Taiwan|
|Region||Raoping County (Guangdong), Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Miaoli, Taichung (Taiwan)|
Raoping Hakka (simplified Chinese: 饶平客家话; traditional Chinese: 饒平客家話; Taiwanese Hakka Romanization System: ngiau pin kagˋ gaˇ faˋ), also known as Shangrao Hakka (simplified Chinese: 上饶客家话; traditional Chinese: 上饒客家話), is a dialect of Hakka Chinese spoken in Raoping, Guangdong, as well as Taiwan.
Distribution [ edit ]
In Raoping County, Hakka is spoken in the north, including the towns of Shangshan, Shangrao, Raoyang, Jiucun, Jianrao, and Xinfeng, as well as some villages in Hanjiang Forest Farm. As of 2005, there are 190,000 Hakka speakers in Raoping County (19% of the county's population).
The distribution of Raoping Hakka in Taiwan is scattered. It is mainly spoken in Taoyuan City (Zhongli, Pingzhen, Xinwu, Guanyin, Bade), Hsinchu County (Zhubei, Qionglin), Miaoli County (Zhuolan), and Taichung City (Dongshi). In 2013, only 1.6% of Hakka people in Taiwan were reported to be able to communicate in the Raoping dialect.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
- 饶平县志（1979～2005） (in Chinese). Guangzhou: Guangdong People's Publishing House. 2011. ISBN 978-7-218-07074-2. Retrieved 25 August 2017.
- "Distribution and resurgence of the Hakka language". Hakka Affairs Council. Hakka Affairs Council. 16 July 2018. Retrieved 14 August 2019.
- 101-102年度台灣客家民眾客語使用狀況(PDF) (in Chinese). Hakka Affairs Council. November 2013. Retrieved 25 August 2017.
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