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Estimated heterozygosities for various sites:
Sample Description: Sample is predominantly males descended from immigrants from the Fujian province at least 400 years ago living around Taipei, Taiwan collected by R-B Lu. The Hokkien, the majority of Taiwan's current inhabitants, are descendants of migrants from the Fukian and Guangdong provinces. They traveled from this area in southern China to Taiwan in large numbers during the late 17th and early 18th centuries. They gradually established themselves as the dominant population. The original Fujian-derived population remains an ethnic and linguistic majority, composing roughly 84% of the population. According to 1993 estimates, the Taiwanese dialect of Chinese is spoken by 67% of the population, compared to 20% for the official Mandarin dialect of the mainlanders. The term Taiwanese (also Min-nan-hua) refers to the Hokkien. Taiwanese is part of the southern Min group of Chinese dialects and closely resembles the Amoy dialect spoken in Fujian and in other parts of southern China.
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