“She spoke in Hokkien: You were born with the gift of rain.”
“He even expressed his dissatisfaction in Hokkien, saying that his master had opened the lid too early.”
“Locals call it Indian Market in Hokkien (I think).”
“It is generally called Hokkien in Singapore, "fujian hua " in China.”
“When a year proposed you knew customarily a tiny about a Li family, as good as which customarily from what you had heard. you didnt even know how to spell their name right. you was spelling it Lee (Actually a Li family name is spelled Lee in a little areas such as Hokkien, Teo! chew, Si ngapore as good as by a little Chinese Americans.)”
“In Singapore, fine views and urbane surroundings mark the Wisma Atria outlet of Food Republic, where stalls offer hawker specialties such as Hokkien prawn mee”
“I admit, however, that my terminology was flawed it is confusing because ethnically "Hokkien", although synomymous with "Fujian", is often used to mean those Fujianese who settled Taiwan.”
“The Taiwanese tend to use "Hokkien" as synomous with "Taiwanese" (i.e. the dialect of Xiamen spoken in Taiwan) and it was in this sense that I was using it here (if I'd meant Min, I would have written Min).”
“Hokkien," she said, "that's one of the three Chinese dialects we're now using.”
“Groups favoring the promotion of Taiwanese also called Hokkien, Hoklo, Minnan, and all sorts of other names are urging Taiwan’s Ministry of Education to come to a consensus on what phonetic system should be used to teach it, according to an article in the Taipei Times.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Hokkien’.
Noodles and noodle types from around the world.
Another of my random palavery lists for words or phrases that haven't yet found a place in one or more of my other lists.
Looking for tweets for Hokkien.