In this talk, statistical methods are used to study the relationship between the pronunciations of Cantonese and Ho-Loh’s language. The results show that Cantonese obtained its pronunciations of Han’s characters, basically, from Ho-Loh’s language. Constrained by the characteristics of Cantonese, the pronunciations are often quite different from Ho-Loh’s. This indicates that the transformation did not occur naturally and thus must be man-made. Only a nation could have this kind of ability to define and carry out the transformation of this magnitude. Based on the historical records regarding the origin and movements of Hua’s people, it is concluded that the transformation occurred during Jiu’s era. This conclusion provides a supporting evidence for the claim that Ho-Loh’s language, basically, is the language of Siong.