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Hakka saygı göstermemek ; hakkı tanımamaktır , basitçe haksızlıktır.
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Bazen en basit ve sade olanı en hakiki olanı denir de ben o kanaatte değilim. Yine de çocuk bahçeleri ve ana sınıfları Eğitim Fakültelerinden daha özerk gibime geliyor.

Artık Yunus’taki edep de yok. Mustafa Ceceli’in “İlle De Aşk” şarkısından birkaç lakırtı: “İlle de aşk ille ille ille/ Yani nay ni nay ni nay nay / Hani nay ni nay ni nay nay”

—  Evrensel
Understanding the Ethnic Geography of China

First, understand the provinces of China:

When people think of China, they all assume that everyone in China is Chinese, speaks Chinese, looks and live like this:

Now let’s look at the Ethnic Make-Up of China!

Look how many Han Chinese there are? But first things first! All the Han Chinese do not speak the same language! Chinese is probably as useful as saying the “Europeans”.

Let’s pretend that Europe is combined into a single country! But with London as the Capital City, and everyone is officially, “European” and they all speak “European”, with European English as the official language of Europe! The French, German, Spanish and Russians? They are their own entire language, culture and ethnicity.

Same goes with China. China is much larger than Europe, speaking different languages, eating different foods, practicing different religions, wearing different clothing. Beijing is the capital, with Mandarin Chinese as the official language of the entire country. However, Chinese languages are considered “Dialects”, but not their own distinct language, culture or ethnicity.

Now let’s look at the Han Chinese languages:

Mandarin Chinese not only has it’s “Northern, Eastern, Southwestern” dialects, but they even break up into more different dialects and accents from different region, city and province. There’s a difference between London accent, Welsh accent, Scottish and Irish accents. To simplify it, the government simply grouped everyone together.

Southern Chinese languages cannot mutually understand with any other Chinese. That’s like an Englishman trying to communicate with a German, a Dutch, or a Danish. They all belong from the same language group, but they cannot understand one another mutually.

But what about the other Non-Han Chinese?

See where Han is at? (Look where Beijing would be!) That is the original homeland of all Han Chinese people.

There are officially 56 Ethnic Groups in China, but there are hundreds and even more that are unofficial and undocumented. It’s the Chinese government way of saying, “Meh. Saffron, Violet and Pink are the same thing. Let’s just call it “Red”.

But how did Han Chinese became the major language and ethnic group of China?

Through conquest! Very much like how the Romans of today Italy killed, pillaged, raped and took over the Gauls of France, the Germania of Central Europe and the Britannia’s of the British Isles, and turned them “Roman citizens” through colonization and expansion!

But what makes China a unique case, is that the surviving natives of the Northern Han conquest, is that they still retain much of their native cultures. They survived, because most of the ethnic groups lived up in the mountains, where the ancient Han Chinese were too lazy to bring their armies up mountains:

Those who were colonized and assimilated into Chinese culture?

The Vietnamese were colonized by the Chinese more than three times.

Korea was colonized/tributing state for the longest time ever.

And Southern China! They would be influenced and assimilated strongest to Northern Chinese culture and language!

But why is everyone considered Chinese?

Same bullshit as your government saying that you’re an American, Canadian, British, Australian, etc. etc. citizen. It’s like a rich White straight male, taking control of the government and dictating how you live, under his life style. The Han Chinese says that everyone in China is all Chinese.

And mostly the blatent ignorance and education on the diversity of China. 

Chinese Dialects?

It’s another bullshit ideology.

Is French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese a dialect of Europe? No. They are their own distinct languages. They may come from the same Roman history, the same Romance language family, but they are their own language. Teochow, Hakka, Minnan, Cantonese, Mandarin, etc. etc. are their own distinct language and ethnicity.

Unified China?

To unify Germany, Hitler said that the German Race was the greatest race! Germans from all over Europe, the German Swiss, the Austrian Germans, etc. etc. united as a single “Race” and rose to power.

To unify China, Northern Chinese Emperors said that they were the greatest race! And attempted to conquer everyone else, killing anyone who wasn’t “Chinese”. This was done for more than 3,000 years, resulting in many extinct native cultures and ethnicities in China, and resulting many cultures (like Korea, Vietnam and even Taiwan) to assimilate into Northern Han Chinese culture.

Conclusion:

Not everyone in China are Mandarin Han Chinese, the major ethnic and language speaking group of China. Three different dialects of Mandarin and 6 different languages of Southern Chinese (Hakka, Min, Wu, etc.).

There is an official recognized 56 ethnic groups, but hundreds that are unrecognized. Such as Tibetans, Miao, Manchu and even Koreans and Mongolians!

China is very diverse in language, culture, religion and ethnicity. Not everyone is ethnically Chinese, nor speak Mandarin Chinese.

🎶 Witchy Music✨🔮 🎶

What songs make you feel witchy? 

Here’s my playlist:

“Sick” by Donna Missal

“Witchy Woman” by The Eagles

“Arsonist’s Lullaby” by Hoizer

“Cold Blooded” by The Pretty Reckless

“Moondance” by Van Morrison

“Little Lies” by Fleetwood Mac

“Soothing” by Laura Marling

“Hole in the Middle” by Emily Jane White

“Devil Woman” by Cliff Richard

“Blood On My Name” by The Brothers Bright

“Apply” by Glasser

“Kassidat El Hakka” by SEXWITCH

“Seven Devils” by Florence + The Machine

“Time of the Season” by The Zombies

“A Little Wicked” by Valerie Broussard

“Trouble” by Valerie Broussard

ichiruki-black sun and white moon

hi there guys long no time see eh ( > u < )

just had an sudden urge to finish this*fangirling bout ichiruki+rolling on the floor*

i found that ichigo and rukia both have some common state so i did this in randomness~  (′ε`  ) hope ya don’t mind

((god i’ve been bearing few months long to draw ichiruki stuff…forgive meh & hope ya love this!!(> ω <)

our queen and heroine Kuchiki Rukia in some pink-ish/pastel-ish version of her bankai.

while drawing this (sorry for crappy lineart and simple-as-fuck background) i tought how Ichigo would react if he saw Rukia in this state…
so yeah, here’s my first (and i think not last) drabble-ish ichiruki fanfiction. i want to say sorry for my small dictionary, but anyway… enjoy, my friends!
also dedicated to my love @nekoshi-chan


untilted, 165 words

he din’t know, how to feel. is he proud? astonished? speechless because of how beautiful and calm she is?
she didn’t see him - her eyes shut and head down, her zanpakutō was held in her delicate, pale hands as confident as when she trasferred her own power into him. little ice drops were dancing in air, surrounding her.
she didn’t move, just like a statue of a beautiful, ice goddess.
his goddess. his queen.
she was everything to him.

so delicate and graceful, but powerful and dangerous. Ichigo glared at her, when she suddenly opened her eyes - her beautiful purple eyes turnet light violet, lashes were covered in snow and ice.
Rukia looked ahead and raised zanpakutō very gently. her face was full in determination, but fearless.
he didn’t know what she wanted to do, he was afraid she could harm herself. her body seemed so fragile…
but when he heard her voice, he stopped his breath for a while.

Hakka no Togame

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Source for the first picture: Memrise

Names of the animals given in TCC. Asterisks show pronunciations not directly derived but are still faithful pronunciations (the MTCC mau1 is derived from most modern pronunciations and the Hakka miau2 is from an alternate Middle Chinese reading). Slashes in the above picture (but not in the Taiwanese pronunciations) denote uncertainty as to which one should be used in the given word, though both are valid readings for the character. In the Hakka Romanization given here, initial <p t k> stand for aspirates.

Edit: Taiwanese Hokkien
袋鼠: tē-tshí/tē-tshú
海豹: hái-pà
企鵝: khì-gô (徛鵝: khiā-gô)
貓頭鷹: niau-thâu-ing (貓頭鳥: niau-thâu-tsiáu)
海豚: hái-thûn (海豬: hái-ti/hái-tu)
壁虎: piah-hóo
鴨嘴獸: (鴨喙獸: ah-tshuì-siù)
龍蝦: liông-hê