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Intro to Hakka The Hakkas are a unique cultural group of "Han" Chinese. They are believed to be the oldest "Han" lands in China. One theory states that many of the early Hakkas were affiliated with the "imperial bloods." After 17 century, the sailing power has been improved and developed, therefore, about in the first Qing dynasty, a lot of Minnan and Uedong individuals sailed across the sea into Taiwan. However, Hakkas were much fewer than Minnan men and women. There were two motives: the first is that throughout the Kang Xi period, the Hakkas of Chouzhou Fu and Huezhou Fu were prohibited from sailing throughout the sea into Taiwan because of the prohibition; the other is assumed to be the many Hakkas living in the hills weren't familiar with watercourses, so that they chose to remain in the hills. Luckily, Fujian and Guangdong Hakkas weren't Limited by the prohibition, therefore Hakkas from Zhangzhou Fu, Dingzhou Fu, and Guangdong will migrate to Taiwan. As the period moving, with the repeal of the prohibition, Hakkas in Chaozhou Fu, Huezhou Fu and also Jiayingzhou Fu came back to Taiwan gradually. Besides Taiwan, throughout the last hundred years or so, Hakkas migrated to South East Asia, East Africa, Europe, South America, Canada and U.S. Hakka people are pretending, hard-working, and lasting. They always fight for life. When they first came to areas that were inhabited by locals, Hakkas usually explored and survived on the less desirable lands. They never surrender to the lousy atmosphere. Notwithstanding the challenging life, Hakkas are well versed in protecting their cultural heritage and traditions. You can say they're conservative, but that's their love and insistence in their particular group. Distributions Distributions of Hakka Individuals.