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The Baiyue, Hundred Yue or Yue were various partly or un-Sinicized peoples who inhabited South China and northern Vietnam between the first millennium BC and the first millennium AD.In the Warring States period, the word "Yue" referred to the State of Yue in Zhejiang. The later kingdoms of Minyue in Fujian and Nanyue in Guangdong are both considered Baiyue states. Although people of Yue had knowledge of agriculture and the technology of shipbuilding, Chinese writers depicted the Yue as barbarians who had tattoos, lived in primitive conditions, and lacked such technology as bows, arrows, horses and chariots.
Zhejiang itu mayoritas hakka
Nanyue Guangdong itu mayoritas cantonese
The Yue were assimilated or displaced as Chinese civilization expanded into southern China in the first half of the first millennium AD. Variations of the name are still used in the name of Vietnam (Chinese: 越; Vietnamese: Việt), in Zhejiang-related names including Yue Opera (Chinese: 越劇) and Wuyue Language (Chinese: 吳越語), and in the abbreviation for Guangdong (Chinese: 粤; Jyutping: jyut6).
Yue or Yueh (English pronunciation: /ˈjuːeɪ/ or /juːˈeɪ/) is a primary branch of Chinese spoken in South China, particularly the provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi.
Guangdong itu adalah mayoritas cantonese
Yue dialects are not mutually intelligible with other varieties of Chinese. They are among the most conservative varieties with regard to the final consonants and tonal categories of Middle Chinese, but have lost several distinctions in the initial and medial consonants that other Chinese varieties have retained.
Yue 越 was an ancient term referring to the Non-Chinese inhabitants of the southeast and far south of China. They are thought to be Austro-Asiatic people, relatives to and ancestors of the modern Vietnamese. The southernmost Yue are also written Yue 粵, a character that is an alternative name of the city of Guangzhou and the province Guangdong.
Guangdong itu mayoritas cantonese
Guangzhou itu mayoritas cantonese
Cantonese, or Standard Cantonese (t廣東話, s广东话; originally known as t廣州話, s广州话), is the dialect of Yue Chinese spoken in the vicinity of Canton in southern China. It is the traditional prestige dialect of Yue..
cantonese similiar hakka
some words/phrases in hakka are very similar to cantonese
The term (Chinese: 唐人; pinyin: Tángrén; Jyutping: tong4jan4), Tang Chinese or Tang People, that many southern Chinese, mainly the Cantonese (Tong Yan), Min Nan (Teng Lang) and Hakka people (Tong Ngin), use to refer to the Han Chinese ethnic group. It is in essence, another word for Han Chinese. Since the Han and Tang dynasties are considered to be the high points of Chinese civilization, the Chinese would refer to themselves as either Han or Tang.
mayoritas orang Tionghoa di Indonesia itu Hokkien
mereka dianggap bagian dari China & mrk adalah Han
overseas chinese ( perantau china ) mayoritasnya Han Chinese
Overseas Chinese who are ethnically Han Chinese, such as Cantonese, Hoochew, Hokkien, or Hakka refer to overseas Chinese as 唐人[/B]
hakka sendiri barbarian