Hakka Soul: Memories, Migrations, and Meals

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NUS Press, 2008 - Chinese Americans - 199 pages
2 Reviews
Chronicles the dreams, ambitions and idiosyncrasies of the author's family, beginning with the death of her grandmother in pre-Independence Malaya.
  

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User Review  - Martina Su - Goodreads

I have been searching for books about and written by Hakka, not many turn out so I am glad I found this book. Her story resonates well with my family's experience. She is so lucky to be able to dig so much history out of her elderly family members. I wish I could too with mine Read full review

Review: Hakka Soul: Memories, Migrations, and Meals

User Review  - Nelson-buddha - Goodreads

I just wanted to read a book about Hakka people. My way of attempting to connect with my background of being Hakka-Chinese. However, books about the Hakka community are so few and rare that some of ... Read full review

Contents

Stuffed Tofu
10
Mooncakes and the Moon
23
The Painted Pot
44
The Talisman
57
THEN ITS TOO LATE
73
Fathers Favorite Tale
97
LeafWrapped Dumplings
123
The Pencil Box
139
Chiu Gais Favorite Tale
159
Roots
174
Acknowledgments
196
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