About: The Hakka Mountain Song in Meizhou has been listed as the first batch of National Intangible Cultural Heritage.
The Hakka Mountain Song is a form of music or a form of oral literature through which the working classes have traditionally expressed their emotions and feelings. It is inspired by, and is an integral part of, everyday life of the Chinese working classes.
The Hakka Mountain Song is popular in Meizhou, Shaoguan and East River Basin. Among these areas, East River Basin has the largest population of Hakka people thus the Hakka Mountain Song spreads widely here. Being close to the sea, people in East River Basin are exposed to different cultures and the Hakka Mountain Song in this area well reflects this cultural shock and integration.
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