Songs about Kejia:

songsKejia (Song of joy) by Songji from the Album Baishibai: Songs of the Minority Nationalities of Yunnan


Books about Kejia:

booksKejia feng hua (Ling nan wen ku) (Mandarin Chinese Edition) (1997)

booksKejia li su (Kejia wen hua cong shu) (Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Shanqun Liu (1995)

booksKejia yu jin dai Zhongguo (Mandarin Chinese Edition) (1999)

booksKejia yuan liu xin lun: Shui shi Kejia ren (Tai yuan wen hua cong kan) (Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Zhiping Chen (1998)

booksKejia yu Taiwan (Taiwan zu qun zhi) (Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Clyde Kiang (1996)

booksAncient Custom in Kejia Ethnic Group (Chinese Edition) by Liang Wei Guang. (Jan 10, 2010)

booksChinese Library - Literature: Zang Kejia Selected Poems (fine)(Chinese Edition) by MEI DI FU ZHU YANG MENG ZHE YI (Jan 1, 2000)


Movies about Kejia:

moviesGuge Kingdom and Kejia Temple in Tibet(English Subtitled) 2010 NR - Runtime: 49 mins Directed by: CreateSpace

moviesGuge Kingdom and Kejia Temple in Tibet 2009 - Runtime: 50 mins


Wiki information Kejia:

Zang Kejia
Author, Deceased Person, Person

Zang Kejia was a Chinese poet. He was born in Zhucheng, Shandong province. Zang entered the Shandong Provincial First Normal School in 1923 and later trained at the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military and Political School. In 1929, he went to...

Chinese, Hakka Language
Human Language

Hakka, also rendered Kejia, is one of the major Chinese language subdivisions or varieties and is spoken natively by the Hakka people in southern China, Taiwan and throughout the diaspora areas of East Asia, Southeast Asia and around the world. Due...