- The term "'Hoisanese "'is rarely used in print literature, although it appears on the internet.
- The majority of these Chinese shopkeepers, restaurant owners, and hired workers in San Francisco Chinatown were predominantly Hoisanese and male.
- San Francisco's Chinatown was the port of entry for early Hoisanese and Zhongshanese Chinese immigrants from the Guangdong province of southern China from the 1850s to the 1900s.
- Many working-class Cantonese-speaking immigrants from Hong Kong and Mainland China has gradually led to the replacement of the Hoisanese / Taishanese dialect with the standard Cantonese dialect.
- Working-class Cantonese-speaking immigrants from Hong Kong and Mainland China has gradually led to the replacement in Chinatown of the Hoisanese / Taishanese dialect by the standard Cantonese dialect.