Based on the literature review, we conclude a variety of foreign and domestic factors directly and indirectly contributed to the migration of the Chinese indentured laborers from the late nineteenth century to the early twenty-first century. These factors can be summarized as follows: (1) The domestic economy; (2) The civil war; (3) The legalization of Chinese emigration; (4) The change of the international situation; (5) The labor demanded by the industrialization in colonial countries. Moreover, we interviewed several Taiwanese and Hakka migrants and state four migrating routes. The Hakka culture in Africa is rich and diverse. When we start to know their origins and migration routes, we can have a clear and complete knowledge of African and Asian history.