San Tsuen

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San Tsuen (Chinese: 新村) is a village situated in the north eastern New Territories of Hong Kong, to the west of the town of Shataukok.

The village is inhabited by the Yau (, Hakka: khiu33) clan. It is a Hakka speaking village.

San Tseun was the village that linguist Henry Henne chose to source his informant Khjew Fuj (邱惠) for the Hakka dialect of Shataukok. He collected his information between July 1949 and April 1950.

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  • Henry Henne. Sathewkok Hakka Phonology. Norsk Tidskrift for Sprogvidenskap Bind XX. 1964. (Norwegian)

Coordinates: 22°32′41″N 114°12′53″E / 22.5446°N 114.2148°E / 22.5446; 114.2148