Sanyi Cloud Fire Dragon Festival
Hakka ancestors originally lived in the Central Plains of China. Due to factors including political turmoil and famine, Hakka people migrated south in five major migrations.… More
New Hakka single released to cheer Taiwan on amid Covid-19 pandemic
To cheer up Taiwanese people during the global Covid-19 crisis, Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) and the Hakka Public Communication Foundation (HPCF, 客家公共傳播基金會) invited Ayugo Huang… More
Siniawan — a stronghold of Hakka culture in Malaysia
Siniawan, a small town with unique Hakka legacy in Sarawak, Malaysia might be unfamiliar to most Taiwanese people, but Taiwanese professors have visited and written books about it… More
Highlights of the economic stimulus package for Hakka settlements
Based on the “Special Statute For COVID-19 Prevention, Economic Relief and Restoration (嚴重特殊傳染性肺炎防治及紓困振興特別條例)” passed by the Executive Yuan on Feb. 25, the Hakka Affairs Council More
New HAC Minister Yiong Con-ziin takes office
The Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) and the Ministry of Culture (MOC) jointly held a handover ceremony at Xinzhuang Joint Office Tower (新莊聯合辦公大樓) in New Taipei City on May 20. Former… More
Government leaders mourn death of Hakka literary giant Chung Chao-cheng
Hakka literary luminary Chung Chao-cheng (鍾肇政) passed away in Taoyuan on May 16 at the age of 95. President Tsai Ing-wen expressed her heartfelt condolences on her Facebook page… More
Hakka physician receives posthumous recognition for medical, charity work
Accompanied by Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) Minister Lee Yung-de, President Tsai Ing-wen visited Gongguan Township, Miaoli County on May 15 to attend the funeral of Hsieh Chun-mei… More
Brazil Hakka association celebrates Mother’s Day amid COVID-19 pandemic
The Brazil Hakka Tsung Tsin Association (BHTTA, 巴西客屬崇正總會) organized a special activity to express their love for mothers in early May amid the COVID-19 outbreak around the world,… More
Overseas Hakka associations discuss COVID-19 outbreak on radio show
Invited by radio show host Ah Kun Chang (張鎮堃) of the “Weekly International News (一週國際),” Hakka Affairs Council (HAC) Minister Lee Yung-de discussed the latest COVID-19 situation… More
Hakka documentary on Taiwan’s railway history airs on TV
Did you know that the Hakka community has deep ties with Taiwan’s railways? Have you ever heard of a Hakka village that came into existence because of the Alishan Forest Railway… More