Cantonese is a southern Chinese dialect, which is an integral part of Hong Kong’s identity and culture.
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Hong Kong people should retake ownership of the phrase ‘Hong Kong, add oil’ – after years of Covid-19 and economic downturn, the city needs to add oil as well as peace and love.
Bangladeshi Consul General Israt Ara says five training centres offering Cantonese courses and housekeeping training up and running in her country.
Two Macau ‘outcasts’ in the US are building a massive social media following for their funny Cantonese language and culture videos and podcasts on being third-culture kids.
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The survey also found tourists gave a higher average score on taxi service quality, at 81 per cent, than residents, with an average of 58 per cent.
Readers discuss linguistic tensions between Hong Kong and the mainland, and staff morale at the city’s flag carrier.
About 20 doctors and soon-to-graduate medical students trained in UK to start work in city in the autumn and ease staffing problems.
TVB generated 23.5 million yuan in sales in the first six hours of its first live-streaming show on Taobao Live.
Integrated Brilliant Education Limited provides after-school classes to support the education of underprivileged non-Chinese-speaking children.
New building will feature medical centre, language classes, bigger kitchen and library after five-year revamp.
Readers discuss the importance of keeping Cantonese culture and language alive in Hong Kong, the power of music in our lives, and the need for Beijing to clarify its peaceful intentions over Taiwan.
Several Cantonese-speaking influencers say their live-streaming sessions on Douyin were suspended after the platform failed to recognise the language spoken.
Readers sympathise with Cantonese-speaking students having to write in Mandarin, criticise MTR’s 16-year delay in making the East Rail Line safe, suggest district rangers to curb littering and illegal parking, and thank a cabby for returning a lost phone.
With an unsure future and challenges surrounding teaching it, Cantonese has forced scholars to get creative. From podcasts to rap, these are ways the dialect is finding new fans, sometimes in unexpected places.
YouTube and Instagram Influencer J Lou talks about her #RiceFam community and the cute characters it spawned, her current pop-up, and why every meal for her simply has to include the carb.
The AI robot human ‘studied’ expressions, gestures and movements from recordings of Law Kar-ying to emulate him as realistically as possible for a new show at Hong Kong’s Xiqu Centre.
His Instagram Reel videos attract 86,300 followers, with thousands sharing their ‘side-by-side duets’.
Daai Da Bin Lo, or The Big Hotpot, is a quirky card game invented to bring Hongkongers together and help preserve Cantonese culture through the inclusion of hilarious memes and slang.