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Journal of Chinese Linguistics

Publisher: Journal of Chinese Linguistics (JCL), The Chinese University of Hong Kong / Professor William S.-Y. Wang

English , 2024/01

Tags: Languages & Linguistics

229 x 152 mm , 282pp ISBN / ISSN : 0091-3723

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Preface of the inauguration issue of Journal Chinese Linguistics
By William S-Y. Wang (WSYW)
(Journal of Chinese Linguistics vol.1 number 1. p.ii (1973))

Chinese Linguistics derives from two distinct but related fields of knowledge. In one, the objective is to deepen our understanding of Chinese culture (in the broadest sense of the term) via its primary medium of expression - its language. Whether it is a piece of inscription to be deciphered, a philosophy to be analyzed, or a poem whose rimes are to be reconstructed, a solid knowledge of the language of that time is crucial. Such studies have a long tradition in Sinology; indeed, they were virtually the only ones which scholars interested in Chinese pursued, until recent times.

The other field of knowledge is aimed at discovering the general principles underlying human language as a whole. The Chinese Language is particularly important here not only because of the time depth of its literature and the wealth of its dialects, but even more because of the unique properties of its syntax and phonology. It constitutes a tremendously rich resource for Linguistics to tap from the study of sound change to investigations of sociolinguistic variation. These two fields, Linguistics and Sinology, flow together in their concern with the Chinese Language. The central questions on the language remain the same: its structure, its ontogeny, and its phylogeny, as well as the interactions between the Chinese Language on the one hand, and Chinese thought, literature, and social systems on the other. Also of considerable interest are the questions which arise when the Chinese language comes into contact with other languages, be it in the controlled context of a language class or on the streets of an emigrant community. All in all, there is much to be done.

Before today, papers on Chinese Linguistics had to seek foster homes in diverse journals of general linguistics and in publications of various hues of orientalia. This situation was at best a nuisance, and at worst a serious impediment to the communication and progress of our field. In this journal, let us hope, Chinese Linguistics will have found its own voice.



For more than 40 years, the Journal has proved itself to be a publication to encourage scholarly communication for advancing knowledge in the field of Chinese Linguistics (Languages in China) with vision, history, results, and innovative spirit. JCL’s effort to serve the international scholarly community in its field is attested by its inclusion by

  • Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstract
  • Linguistic Abstract online
  • Modern Language Association Directory of Periodicals
  • Modern Language International Bibliography
  • Bibliography of Asian Studies
  • Social Science Citation Index (SSCI)
  • Arts & Humanities Citation Index(A&HCI)
  • European Reference Index for Humanities
  • Scopus Database

We welcome scholars whose quality research involves issues in the theory of language and in exploration and description of Chinese languages to contribute research with original discoveries to JCL for inspiration of international scholarly communication.

Journal of Chinese Linguistics is also available online via Project Muse and JSTOR.


Shengli Feng, Beijing Language and Culture University, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Virginia Yip, Chinese University of Hong Kong


Honorary Editor

William S-Y. Wang

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Chinese University of Hong Kong

University of California at Berkeley



Zhongwei Shen, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Feng Shi, Nankai University, Tianjin


Editorial Board Members


CHIN-CHUAN CHENG, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

BO HONG, Capital Normal University, Beijing

CHU-REN HUANG, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong


BIT-CHEE KWOK, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

YAFEI LI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison

YEN-HUI AUDREY LI, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

JINGXIA LIN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

TSU-LIN MEI, Cornell University, Ithaca

BARBARA MEISTERERNST, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu


JIAXUAN SHEN, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

XIANGDONG SHI, Nankai University, Tianjin

WEI-TIEN DYLAN TSAI, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu

OVID J. L. TZENG, Academia Sinica, Taipei

FENG WANG, Peking University, Beijing

FUXIANG WU, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing

CHARLES YANG, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

BOPING YUAN, University of Cambridge, Cambridge

QINGZHI ZHU, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Manuscript Submission Guidelines for JCL publications

Please refer to http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/journal/jcl/submission.htm

Volume 52 Number 1 (January 2024)
Volume 51 Number 3 (October 2023)
Volume 51 Number 2 (June 2023)
Volume 51 Number 1 (January 2023)

Message from the Editors


The voiced and released stop codas of Old Chinese

Wuyun Pan and Zining Zheng

Various measures and the distinction of tense and lax contrasts: The case of Zhoucheng Bai

Xuan Li and Feng Wang


Qibin Ran

The functional load of Chinese tones and the tonal evolution

Juan Liu, Chao Kong and William S-Y. Wang

Acoustic correlates of prominence in Kala Lizu (Tibeto-Burman)

Katia Chirkova, Pei-Yu Hou, Rada Chirkova and Angélique Amelot

The processing mechanisms of Mandarin wh-questions

Yang Yang, Leticia Pablos and Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng


Xianming Bei

Romanized transcriptions of Cantonese prior to Robert Morrison’s: A study of the Whampoa dialect spoken in the 1820s as recorded in German sources

Xueqi Jiang and Chen Chen


Exploring the low applicative

Yafei Li and Zhe Chen

Book Review

Interface at a higher level: Review of Universal Grammar and Iconicity

Dingxu Shi

Volume 50 Number 3 (October 2022)
Volume 50 Number 2 (June 2022)
Volume 50 Number 1 (January 2022)
Volume 49 Number 2 (June 2021)
Volume 49 Number 1 (January 2021)
Volume 48 Number 2 (June 2020)
Volume 48 Number 1 (January 2020)
Volume 47 Number 2 (June 2019)
Volume 47 Number 1 (January 2019)

An open letter

JCL, 45 years on

Shengli Feng and Virginia Yip


Use of alternative characters in the annotations of ancient texts

Che Wah Ho

The acquisition of resultative verb compounds in Mandarin Chinese

Xiangjun Deng

The formation of the copula function ofwei為and the nature of the “wei為V” construction

Jianhong Zeng and Christoph Anderl

From proximate/obviative to number marking: Reanalysis of hierarchical indexation in Rgyalrong languages

Shuya Zhang


Ligang Dai

Bilabial trill induced by fricative high rounded vowel: The emerging of “TB” in the Wu dialect of Su-Wan boundary

Dan Yuan, Feng Ling, Ruiqing Shen, and Menghui Shi

The polysemous lia̍h 力 in Early Modern Southern Min and its contemporary fate

Yunfan Lai

The lexicalization path of a topic-shifter 至於

Jung-Im Chang



Alain Peyraube and Lisha He

Chinese Character Dictionary: A New Approach to Arranging, Explaining and Looking Up Chinese Characters, by Adrian van Amstel

Jonathan Webster

Directional Particles in Cantonese: Form, Function and Grammaticalization, by Winnie Chor

Yuk-man Carine Yiu


CASS and UOM Joint Workshop on Language Maintenance

Gerald Roche and Simon Christie


Sergei Evgenyevich YAKHONTOV (1926-2018)

Alain Peyraube

Volume 46 Number 2 (June 2018)

An open letter

On Journal of Chinese Linguistics Transition

William S-Y. Wang


Linking basic lexicon to shared ontology for endangered languages

Chu-Ren Huang, Shu-Kai Hsieh, Laurent Prévot, Pei-Yi Hsiao, and Henry Y. Chang

An investigation on syntactic disambiguation in Mandarin speech perception and the phonological status of the disyllabic foot

Ivan Chow

It’s more than eye to eye: Eye expressions inMandarin Chinese and German

Shelley Ching-Yu Depner

Two features of language contact in Outuan Hmong language (in Chinese)

He Fu-ling

Falling and rising “edge tones” in Mandarin Chinese

Patricia Mueller-Liu

On the strata and development of yu 魚 rhyme category in Southern Wu dialects (in Chinese)

Sun Yizhi


Diversity in Sinitic Languages, ed. by Hilary M. Chappell

Bit-Chee Kwok and Yik-Po Lai


The 9th International Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics

Peng Gang and Feng Yan

The 2017 Annual Meeting of Chinese Anthropological Society

Li Xiaofen and Sun Na


When the voice goes out … Kun Chang 張琨 (次瑤) 1917-2017

by H. Samuel Cheung

Zheng-Zhang Shangfang 鄭張尚芳 in memoriam

by Zhongwei Shen


A congratulatory message from the co-editors

Book notice: Recent publications on Chinese language and linguistics

Liwei Jiao


Volume 46 Number 1 (January 2018)
Volume 45 Number 2 (June 2017)


VAT of the lexical tones in Mandarin Chinese

Kong Jiangping and Zhang Ruifeng

On construction of ke-VP interrogatives with you in Chinese dialects (in Chinese)

Lin Su’e

Beginning or on-going? 2b-3a tone change in Hong Kong Cantonese revisited

Ken Siu-Kei Cheng

On the evolutionary mechanism of disyllabic transitive verbs

Li Yanzhi and Wu Yicheng

New interpretations of yi 翌 in a group of oracle-bone inscriptions (in Chinese)

Deng Fei and Wen Xü

Tonal adaptation of English loanwords in contemporary Mandarin

Li Jian


On the status of Buyang presyllables

Guillaume Jacques

Historical development of Chinese dialects: from perspective of geographical information (in Chinese)

Pan Wuyun


The First Tibetan Language and Linguistics Forum

Yeshes Vodgsal Atshogs; Sun Kai; Gnamsras Lhargyal and Chang Min

Multilingual Hong Kong: Languages, Literacies and Identities

Yaching Tsai


International Symposium on the Major Project of NSSFC: Overseas Chinese Grammatical Studies: History and Database

Zhang Qingwen and Shi Dingyu


Zhou Youguang 周有光 (Jan.13, 1906-Jan. 14, 2017)

Victor H. Mair

Volume 45 Number 1 (January 2017)


Contrastive phonation in Upper Donggu Horpa (in Chinese)

Jackson T.-S. Sun, Tian Qianzi, Chenhao Chiu

Fractions in the Suàn Shù Shū

Rémi Anicotte

Syntax and semantics of postverbal secondary predicates in Taiwan Southern Min

Huei-Ling Lin

Constructionalization of a set of connectives in Chinese

Zhan Fangqiong

The semantic and syntactic differences between 至於 and 至於 in Warring States period texts

Jung-Im Chang

Dispositional sentences in Huangxiao dialects (in Chinese)

Wang Huayun


Review of A Grammar of Mandarin

Hilary M. Chappell

Review of The Sound and Sense of Chinese Poetry

Lian-Hee Wee


Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics (CIEL 8)

Conference on Spoken Chinese Corpora

Annual Meeting of Chinese Anthropological Society

POLA Young Scholar Forum on Chinese Linguistics


Call for papers: CIEL 9

Corrigenda of volume 44, number 2

Volume 44 Number 2 (June 2016)
Volume 44 Number 1 (June 2016)


Subjects, objects and relativization in Japhug

Guillaume Jacques

Topic and left periphery in Shanghainese

Han Weifeng and Shi Dingxu

Lexical diffusion in sound change (in Chinese)

Zhu Junling

mak5 4 乜個and man3 ηan2 瞞人in Hakka

Chinfa Lien

Grammatical diversity across the Yue dialects

Bi-Chee Kwok, Andy C. Chin, Benjamin K. Tsou

A study of the relation between personal pronouns and demonstrative pronouns (in Chinese)

Wang Huayun

Review Article

Such errors could have been avoided: Review of Old Chinese: A New Reconstruction

Ho Dah-an


Review of A Grammar of Zoulei, Southwest China

Peter Jenks


Liangdao Man and Austronesian origins

Laurent Sagart

Liangdao skeleton and the dangers of overinterpretation

Robert Blust


7th International Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics

Chen Fei, Peng Gang

Volume 43 Number 2 (June 2015)


The proto-motion event schema

Liu Meichun, Hu Chia-yin, Tsai Hsin-shan, and Chou Shu-ping

How language use shapes meaning

Teo Ming Chew

How does prosody influence verb-included compound (in Chinese)

Pei Yulai and Qiiu Jinping

Types of falling tones

Zhu Xiaonong

Devoicing of historically voiced obstruents in Xiangxiang Chinese

Zeng Ting

The origins and grammaticalization paths of le2 in Northern and Southern Mandarin (in Chinese)

Huang Xiaoxue


Article for discussion: A Chinese phonological enigma

Geoffrey Sampson


Matthew Chen, Daniel Silverman, Mieko Ogura, Abby Kaplan, Wang Feng, Wolfgang Behr, Feng Shengli

Reply to the Comments

Geoffrey Sampson

The Special Issue (in English) of volume 43 number 1B (2015)

The Physiological Aspects of Phonetics edited by Prof. Jiangping Kong, Peking University

Special Issue Content Description

The study of modern phonetics in China has come a long way during last nine decades through discovering four tones in Chinese, introducing modern phonetic studies of the West, developing acoustical analysis, to exploring physical aspect of phonetics.

Moving forward, in The Physiological Aspects of Phonetics, the special issue of Journal Chinese Linguistics (ISSN 0091-3723) volume 43 number 1B (2015), edited by Prof. Jiangping Kong of Peking University, ten research papers in English on physiological aspects of phonetics in China are presented. 1) The first four papers are on speech models, including three papers for geometrical models of Mandarin, and one paper for the physiological articulatory model; 2) The next three papers are on physiological phonetic studies that used electropalatography (EPG), instruments for air-pressure and flow, and aspiration; and 3) The final three papers concern with phonation types of tones by using EGG signal and perception test.

1. Speech models

“Articulatory Model of Standard Chinese Using MRI and X-ray” has explored the articulatory mechanism of speech production in Standard Chinese and developed a geometrical articulatory model, both in visual and acoustic modalities, based on the data of MRI images and an X-ray movie. “Two-Dimension Lip Model for Mandarin Chinese”, established a two dimensions lip model with inner and outer lip contours which has well defined the linguistic term ‘lip rounding’ and was used to generate audio-visual stimuli for the speech perception experiment of the McGurk Effect. “Dynamic Glottal Model through High-speed Imaging” has introduced a dynamic glottal model based on high-speed imaging and the model controlled by dynamic glottal widths, lengths, F0, Open Quotient and Speed Quotient which can produce speech sources with different phonation types. “Control Strategy of a Physiological Articulatory Model for Speech Production” has constructed a full three-dimensional physiological-articulatory model, including the tongue, jaw, hyoid bone and vocal tract wall, based on the continuum finite element method.

2. Physiological phonetic studies

“Prosodic Boundaries Effect on Segment Articulation in Standard Chinese: An Articulatory and Acoustic Study” has investigated the EPG and acoustic data of the prosodic boundaries effect on the domain-initial segments in Standard Chinese, aiming to examine the domain-initial strengthening in both spatial and temporal dimensions. “A Study on the Features of Chest and Abdominal Breathing between Reciting and Chanting Chinese Poetry” has studied the features of chest and abdominal breathing between reciting and chanting Chinese poems of different styles. “An Aerodynamic Study on Articulation of Mandarin Initials” has studied the aerodynamic features of Mandarin initial consonants with different articulatory places and manners and found that the parameters of expiratory airflow duration (EAD), peak air-pressure (PAP), peak expiratory airflow (PEA) and expiratory volume (EV) can all be regarded as the distinctive features in consonants.

3. Phonation types of tones by using EGG signal and perception test

“Variations of Laryngeal Features in the Jianchuan Bai” has examined the tonal quality based on three parameters of F0, OQ and SQ from EGG signals and found that there are two non-modal phonation types, namely Harsh and Pressed. “The Role of Phonation Cues in Mandarin Tonal Perception” has investigated the role of phonation cues in perceiving Mandarin tones in isolated syllables and found that it is necessary to define language tones in a finer model by incorporating detailed phonation parameters. “The Creaky Voice and its Tonal Description Method” has studied the different phonation types in Chinese Dilu dialect through F0, OQ and SQ from EGG signals and proposed a tone transcription system for languages that have various phonation types.



Jiangping Kong

An articulatory model of standard Chinese using MRI and X-ray movie

Gaowu Wang and Jiangping Kong

A two-dimensional lip model for Mandarin Chinese

Xiaosheng Pan

A dynamic glottal model through high-speed imaging

Jiangping Kong

Control strategy of physiological articulatory model for speech production

Xiyi Wu and Jianwu Dang

Prosodic boundaries effect on segment articulation in standard Chinese: An articulatory and acoustic study

Yinghao Li

A study on the features of chest of abodominal breathing between reciting and chanting Chinese poetry

Feng Yang

An aerodynamic study on articulation of Mandarin initials

Yonghong Li, Huaping Fang, Axu Hu and Shiliang Lu

Variations of laryngeal features in Jianchuan Bai

Feng Wang

The role of phonation cues in Mandarin tonal perception

Ruoxiao Yang

The creaky voice and its tonal description method – Based on the field work on Dilu dialect in Mengshan

Yingwei Guan

Abstract of the special issue (in English and Chinese)

Volume 43 Number 1A (January 2015)
Volume 42 Number 2 (June 2014)


Demonstrative interjections in Huangxiao cluster of Jianghuai Mandarin

Huayun Wang and Daogen Cao

The origin and evolution of retroflex finals in Naish languages

Zihe Li

Origin evaluation on lai 來 initial words pronounced as s- in Sino-Vietnamese

Chia-lu Chiang

The diachronic development of zaishuo in Chinese: A case of polygrammaticalization chains

Rui Peng

Exploring the origin of Sino-Paekche Korean and the Min dialects

Ik-Sang Eom

Long and short passives in English speakers'L2 Chinese

Stano Kong

The phonological representation of Cantonese in two books by Joshua Marshman: The Macao dialect in the late eighteenth century

Masayuki Yoshikawa

Sino-Tibetan ŋ- and na-dene *kw- / *gw- / *xw-: 1st person pronouns and lexical cognate sets

Geoffrey Caveney


Review of Pu yu Zhonghua minzu (Pu and the Chinese nation). by Jin Zhong

Bit-Chee Kwok

Review of evolutionary linguistics in the past two decades and EVOLANG 10: The 10the International Conference on Language Evolution

Tao Gong, Lam Yau Wai, Chen Xinying and Zhang Menghan




Preliminary notice for The 6th International Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics (Nov. 2014 Xiamen University)

Summer School for Cognitive Neuroscience (Sept. 2014 Taipei)

Volume 42 Number 1 (January 2014)


Empirical characterization of modern Chinese as a multi-level system from the complex network approach

Haitao Liu and Jin Cong

Temporal sequence structure and the aspect marker -zhe in Chinese

Hui-hua Hwang and James H-Y.Tai

Disyllabic bound forms in modern Mandarin Chinese: An analysis of yiqian and yihou

Feng-his Liu and Christopher Oakden

Boundary tone and focus tone

Feng Shi and Ping Wang

The forms and meanings of English rising declaratives: Insights from Cantonese

John C. Wakefield

Acoustic characteristics of voiceless fricatives in Mandarin Chinese

Chao-Yang Lee, Yu Zhang and Ximing Li

On circumadverbials of Yushan dialect

Huayun Wang and Xiaolu Zhan

Effect of classifier system on object similarity judgment: A cross-linguistic study

Ruijing Wang and Caicai Zhang

3rd tone sandhi in standard Chinese: A corpus approach

Jiahong Yuan and Yiya Chen


Report of The 5th International Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics

Guo Li and Quansheng Xia


New Joint Research Center established to study language and human complexity

Inauguration speech: The Joint Research Centre for Language and Human Complexity (JRCLHC)

William S-Y. Wang


In memoriam: Edwin G. Pulleyblank (1922-2013)

Marjorie K.M. Chan

Volume 41 Number 2 (June 2013)


The reality of compound ideographs

Geoffrey Sampson and Zhiqun Chen

The logic of Chinese syntactic structure

Chao Li

Counterfactual reasoning embodied in cognition rather than linguistic forms: Evidence from a developmental study in Chinese

Chingfen Hsu

A semantic and phonological comparison of the diminutive marker in Vietnamese and those in the Min dialects of China

Feng-fu Tsao, Quang Ngọc Kim and Thu Hà Trần Thị

Do Mandarin and English speakers think about time differently? Review of existing evidence and some new data

Jenn-Yeu Chen and Padraig G.O’Seaghdha

Cognitive models obtained by studying body-part names of Hakka and She

Xiaohua Deng and Xiaoling Deng

Aspectual marker: Issues of zhe of grammticalization in the history of Chinese and Wu dialects

Guofu Long and Chaofen Sun

The phonological variation of Zhouning dialect of the Eastern Min

Ligang Dai

Language experience influences non-linguistic pitch perception

Gang Peng, Diana Deutsch, Trevor Henthorn, Danjie Su and William S-Y. Wang


A survey of recent research on brain and language cognition: A review of Nao yu Yuyan Renzhi (Brain and language cognition) edited by Minghu Jiang and Lin Wang

Lan Shuai and Tao Gong

A review of Li Fanggui quanji (The complete works of Fang-kuei Li) (13 volumes) edited by Pang-Hsing Ting et.al.

Tsu-Lin Mei

Volume 41 Number 1 (January 2013)


Factors restricting the use of the locative preposition yu in classical Chinese

Jingxia Lin

Rapid large scale intra-nationality language shift in Hong Kong 1949-1971

Daniel W. C. So and Chun-fat Lau

Gesture and embodiment in Chinese discourse

Kawai Chui

On the so-called unbounded passives

Yicheng Wu

The predicate inflection in Yancheng dialect

Huili Zhang and Haihua Pan

Semantic analysis and contextual harmony of durations

Shuling Huang and Kehjiann Chen

Integrating textual and prosodic features in the interpretation of Chinese utterance-final-particles: A case of a andne

Bin Li

The polyfunctionality of kio3 叫 in Niri7 Kiann3 Khi3 《荔鏡記》: A framenet-based approach

Chinfa Lien

An ERP study on the semantic processing of unambiguous noun, unambiguous verb and verb-noun ambiguous word in Mandarin Chinese

Quansheng Xia, Yong Lv, Xuejun Bai and Feng Shi


Jerry Norman: Remembering the man and his perspectives on Chinese linguistic history

W. South Coblin


Report of Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics (2012)

Feng Wang

Volume 40 Number 2 (January 2012)


Etymology and Palaeography of the Yellow River hé 河

Ken-ichi Takashima

Relation between the Development of General Classifiers and the Establishment of the Category of Numeral Classifiers in Chinese (article in Chinese)

Zhang Cheng

Diachronic Change of the Nasalized Diminutives in the Wu Dialects: An Optimality-theoretical Exploration

Mingchung Cheng

The Characteristic Foundation of Initial Consonant Matching in Uygur-Chinese Contact (in Chinese)

Zhaojin Du

The Phonology of Incomplete Tone Merger in Dalian

Te-hsin Liu

Nasals and Nasalization in Xiangxiang Chinese

Ting Zeng

Early Sound Values and Historical Evolution of the [zhi-si] Rime Category in Chinese (article in Chinese)

Hongzhi Wang

Adult English Speakers' Acquisition of Chinese Count-Mass Classifiers

Stano Kong


Review of Introduction to Chinese Dialectology by Margaret Mian Yan

Robert S. Bauer


Conference of Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching (ALLT) (2012)

Shih-ping Wang

The Third International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages (TAL) (2012)

Wentao Gu

New Publication

The Cahiers de Linguistique — Asie Orientale (2011 Volume)

Volume 40 Number 1 (January 2012)


Multiregisters and four levels: A new tonal model

Xiaonong Zhu

The yu-dative construction “v+do+yu+io” in archaic Chinese: A constructional perspective

Chiew Pheng Phua

Zhuang word structure

Somsonge Burusphat and Xiaohang Qin

Distinguishing synonymous constructions: A corpus-based study of Mandarin lian…dou and lian…yeconstructions

Chueh-chen Wang and Lily I-wen Su

Chinese input methods: Overview and comparisons

Manson Cheuk-Man Fong and James William Minett

An ot-cc analysis of phonological opacity in Shaoxing trisyllabic tone sandhi

Jisheng Zhang and Jeroen M. van de Weijer

Cross-linguistic and inter-dialectal differences in tone perception by native speakers of three Chinese dialects and American English

Tsan Huang

On a type of verb complement structure in Yuan drama

Xiuli Wang

Tonal adaptation of English loanwords in early Cantonese

Carine Yuk-man Yiu

A daunting task? The acquisition of the Chinese ba-construction by nonnative speakers of Chinese

Xiaohong Wen


Review of Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar by Stephen Matthews and Virginia Yip

Arthur Holmer

Review of Tai-Kadai Languages edited by Anthony Diller,Jerold Edmondson, Yongxian Luo

Baoya Chen Chen and Zihe Li


Report: International Conference on Shang and Early Chinese Civilization at Rutgers University (2011)

Kuang Yu Chen


Congradtulation to Professor C.C. Cheng and to Professor P.H. Ting

New Publication

Korea Journal of Chinese Language and Literature (English edition)

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