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Cambodian Hokkien (Chinese: 柬埔寨福建人) commonly known as Khmer Hokkien (Khmer: ខែ្មរ ចិនហុកគៀន) are the descendants of Hokkien Chinese who settled in Cambodia since the earlier part of 12th century. It links specifically to the Chinese populations of Hokkien ancestry for all of Cambodia and other neighbouring regions due to the immigration such as Thailand, Vietnam and America who have retain partially to the whole local customs to be consume into their official individual family's culture or with local community. The result of native culture emerge in domestic costume, initiative has only adopted by The Hokkien ethnic; paralleling to Peranakan in terms of culture and identity of who is Chinese or mixed descent who do not speak Chinese yet remain ethnically and culturally Chinese.[1]
Today, there is a slight decrease in originate culture among the significance number of all Chinese Cambodian group. Begin a Hokkien descent obviously the most simply compromise with the local people since its rural past which sometimes resume to sufficience nationality depending on where they live, evidential for achieve an own term[clarification needed] as Khmer for their pride to be full Cambodian and Hokkien for their preservation toward their ancestors' traditions.


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The Chinese community grew in size during the Portuguese rule of Melaka from 1511 to 1641. A Portuguese navigator and explorer, de Eredia, who spent some time in Melaka in the early seventeenth century, observed that a Chinese village was located in a suburb of Upe, and the residents were the "Chincheows". The word "Chincheows" was probably the Romanized Hokkien word of "Cheangchew" which is the equivalent of the Mandarin pronunciation of "Zhangzhou" (de Eredia 1930: 19). During the early Qing period (1644-1670), some among the southern Chinese who resisted the Manchu conquest, and were unwilling to become Manchu subjects, left their homeland and migrated to Southeast Asia, with a group arriving at Melaka to seek refuge. The majority were from Xiamen (Amoy), Quanzhou and Zhangzhou. Their arrival further boosted the number of Hokkiens among the ethnic Chinese in early Melaka. The fact that the early Chinese Kapitans such as Zheng Fang Yang and Li Wei Jing were of southern Hokkien origins testified to the Hokkiens' predominance and overriding position in the early Chinese community here.

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