From Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia
- The Hoklo ethnic-cultural group originated in southeast China (Fujian province), and now form a sizeable diaspora, particularly in such places as Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
- A slang term in Hong Kong (學佬, 鶴佬) for Hokkien-speaking people, or those with Hoklo/Fujianese origin.
- Fuk Lo Tsun Road (福佬村道), a street in Kowloon City, Hong Kong (literally, "Hoklo Village Road").
- A dialect in the Minnan language group, primarily used in Taiwan and called Holo. Other dialects in the same language group includes (not a complete list) Amoy (of Xiamen), Teochew (of Chaozhou), and Chiangchew (dialect) (of Zhangzhou). Teochew is one of the largest groups in Thailand and in Indochina.