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AS - Asia9578
EU - Europe5669
NA - North America5203
AF - Africa1228
OC - Oceania469
HKU - The University of Hong Kong430
SA - South America13
UND - Undefined68
US - United States5130
CN - China4641
HK - Hong Kong2005
GB - United Kingdom1969
SG - Singapore1838
IE - Ireland1823
ZA - South Africa915
NL - Netherlands880
KR - Republic of Korea823
FR - France513
OTH - Others2121
Central District1058
Clarks Summit466
Functional anatomy of reading development114
Particulization in Cantonese: an areal perspective105
Demonstrative interjections in Chinese dialects124
The Structure of Ideophones in African and Asian Languages: The Case of Dagaare and Cantonese104
On the COMP function in Cantonese98
Cortical processing of Chinese and English words by early bilinguals112
De l'Afrique à l'Australie: Traversées maritimes, routes côtière et émergence du langage41
Replacement and reorganisation as structural relationships between adjacent sentence constituents122
Brain processing of Chinese and English words by early Cantonese-English bilinguals109
A Sociolinguistic study on the social functions and topic focus of youth slang: The case of Hong Kong adolescents89
Cross-linguistic influence in Hong Kong children's bilingual development: Integrating input ambiguity and dominance162
Turn construction unit revisited181
'看'類動詞的詞匯語義特徵: 兼論漢英詞語對比分析方法118
The Positioning of Cantonese Adverbs: A Qualitative Analysis116
Semantic Annotation of Chinese Texts with Message Structures Based on HowNet40
Complexity of phonological systems: Synchronic analyses & evolutionary models40
Short forms in Hong Kong Cantonese108
Topic organisation in telephone conversation99
On demonstrative interjections in Cantonese163
A multidimensional approach to the category verb in Cantonese113
Sentence planning and execution in conversation: evidence from item replacement in Chinese88
A semiotic approach to the origin of language45
Neural correlates of nouns and verbs in early bilinguals144
The Morphophonology of Noun Classes in Dagaare and Akan114
Domain minimization in Cantonese dative constructions105
Cross-language comparison of functional load for vowels, consonants, and tones37
LAPSyD: Lyon-albuquerque phonological systems database36
The Rise and Fall of Homophones: a Window to Language Evolution44
Bilingual first language acquisition and the mechanisms of substrate influence139
Evaluating the influence of language contact on lexical changes41
On Grammar and Discourse: An Alternative Approach to the Study of Cantonese118
Functional categories in bilingual L1A: Evidence from a Cantonese-English bilingual child111
Les langues aujourd'hui et demain42
Sentence particles in Cantonese102
The subject condition in Cantonese250
Semantic Representations in the Bilingual Brain, NeuroImaging special issue104
Linguistic tone and melodic tunes in Cantonese popular music107
Syntax, Semantics, and the Category Verb in antonese130
Neural systems of second language learning are shaped by native language118
Development of neural mechanisms for Chinese reading: An fMRI study185
A Little Bit More, a Lot Better: Language Emergence from Quantitative to Qualitative Change14
The written forms of sentence - final particles in Cantonese100
An analysis of the Cantonese particle maai21121
Compressed forms in the speech of university students in Hong Kong101
Changing forms of language and literacy in the information age116
The creole prototype and the typology of Sinitic93
Paradigm uniformity in the lab: prior bias, learned preference, or L1 transfer?22
On the origins of Macanese reduplication113
The prosody of bisyllabic and polysyllabic words in Hong Kong Cantonese119
On the grammaticalization of nominalizers into pragmatic particles: An East and Southeast Asian Perspective112
On analogical and metaphorical genitives in Modern Chinese120
Head-marking and dependent-marking in Jinghpo grammar156
On dative constructions in Cantonese and Thai150
La typologie des systèmes vocaliques revisitée sous l’angle de la charge fonctionnelle8
Sociolinguistic re-configuration: Hong Kong before and after 1997118
Chinese unknown word identification as known word tagging150
Passives in Chaozhou dialects: syntactic properties and grammaticalization101
A Computational Model on the Emergence of Vowel Transition Perception28
Optimal Corporate Social Responsibility: How Asian Companies can Invest Responsibly but Profitably in Africa107
Neural substrate underlying Chinese language processing134
Verb-copying constructions in Cantonese131
Sequential orders in Cantonese adverbial strings147
Computer aided evaluation of intonation for language learning based on prosodic unit segmentation128
Language lateralization in young children and adults: Linguistic dimensions matter143
Development of wh-interrogatives in Cantonese-English bilingual children94
Origins of language: neurobiological evolution, socio-cultural development and their interactions39
The pronominal copula 'kai' in Chaozhou173
Human language diversity and the acoustic adaptation hypthesis37
Integrated approaches to prosodic word prediction for Chinese TTS113
Vowel inventories revisited: the functional load of vowel contrasts6
BALI: A software tool to build experimental material in psycholinguistics6
Effect of Bilingualism on Speech Rate: the Case of Catalan and Basque Bilinguals in Spain7
On the COMP function in Cantonese149
Interactivity in Web-based (Distance Education) Courses91
Language polygenesis: what type of evidence?44
Description of the HKU Chinese Word Segmentation System for Sighan Bakeoff 2005132
The Effectiveness of Lattice Attacks Against Low-Exponent RSA46
Chinese unknown word identification using class-based LM179
Constructivism in Higher Education: The Case of Online Bulletin Board Discussions in a Linguistics Course159
Evidentiality and mirativity in Cantonese: wo3, wo4, wo5!243
Semiotic investigations into early forms of symbolism and language14
Cultural variances impact brain structures and brain development130
Chinese text chunking using lexicalized HMMS183
Neurocognitive systems for second language learning: The influence of native language111 evaluating language resources on the Internet102
Relative clauses and word-order variation in Sinitic106
Syntactic transfer of right dislocation in Cantonese-English bilingual children133
The articulatory and acoustical characteristics of the "apical vowels" in Beijing Mandarin160
Communicating in an Age of Information Technology148
A Preliminary Survey of Classifiers in Zhuang159
Language and Literacy in the information age: new forms, new media, new tools92
An acoustic investigation of the Cantonese vowels in the speech of the adult and child speakers148
What does it take to make a category? the case of 'coverbs' in Cantonese93
Revisiting focus prosody in Japanese59
Sea-crossings capacities and opportunities during prehistory: Survey and comparison between Homo species24
A phonetic study of the prosodic properties of bisyllabic compounds in Hong Kong Cantonese101
Relative clauses in early bilingual development: transfer and universals128
Preaching Chinese linguistics: Missionary grammars of Chinese and their relevance for contemporary linguistics149
Ecological constraints on language diversity and evolution6
Tune and Text: The case of Dagaare songs95
A text analyzer for Mandarin text-to-speech synthesis133
Contact-induced grammaticalization: a view from bilingual acquisition179
Impact of climatic and ecological contexts on sociolinguistic factors among Bantu populations42
Phonological re-interpretation: the assignment of Cantonese tones to English words249
A processing advantage for topicalization in Cantonese103
Assessing language dominance in bilingual children120
Vers une mesure de la complexité des systèmes phonologiques43
The Developed World's Responsibility Towards the Developing World: The Case of Hong Kong and Africa86
Interactivity in web-based courses104
A unified framework for text snalysis in Chinese TTS130
A two-stage statistical word segmentation system for Chinese142
On the Syntactic Functions of Adverbs: A Contrastive Analysis of Cantonese, Mandarin and English165
The Linguistic, Cultural and Ethnic Repertoire of Tsim Sha Tsui's Chungking Mansions: A Study in Urban Anthropological Linguistics158
The construction of the Cantonese Linguistic Research Website122
Encounters with Chinese: western missionary grammars of Cantonese110
Turn incrementation in Chinese conversation124
How economical are phonological inventories?12
English with a Hong Kong accent158
Discrete cortical areas responsible for semantic processing of Chinese characters and sentences as identified with fMRI135
Semantics and Pragmatics of Tautologies and Pleonasms190
Ideophones in African and Asian languages: The case of Dagaare and Cantonese144
Language at 70.000 BP: Evidence from sea-crossings45
Semantic processing in bilinguals: A cross-modality study. Presentation at the 10th International Conference of Human Brain Mapping, Budapest112
Expressing the benefactive in Dagaare and Cantonese101
Selection, not necessarily response selection, activates prefrontal cortex89
Encounters with Chinese: missionary grammars of southern Chinese dialects113
The grammaticalization of FAAN: from verb to expressive particle119
Complex patterns in phonological systems7
A neural basis for normal and impaired Chinese reading133
Chinese named entity recognition as known word tagging91
An Information Theory-Based Approach to the Balance of Complexity between Phonetics, Phonology and Morphosyntax9
The very first steps of the early L2 acquisition of French phonology: evidence from a nonword repetition task42
Tsim Sha Tsui's Chungking Mansions: An Emerging African Community in Hong Kong?181
Bilingual development and language divergence107
A Comparison of Grammatical Words in the Yue and Wu Dialects119
An evolutionary model of phonological inventories based on synchronic data6
Children's future decoding skills using behavioral, functional and structural neuroimaging measures130
Brain connectivity during the processing of nouns and verbs: a dynamic Bayesian network analysis141
Dysfunctions of neural systems for Chinese dyslexia112
Head-marking and dependent-marking grammar in the languages of China: The case of Jinghpo110
Post-completion constituents as incremental units in conversational turn-taking94
Verbal and nominal classification: syntactic and semantic parallels in Cantonese and beyond105
粵語中 '得' 字的用法108
Investigating the "hidden" structure of phonological systems6
Diffusion tensor imaging of normal white matter maturation from late childhood to young adulthood136
Phonological and orthographic working memory in normal and dyslexic Chinese children107
Cantonese grammar in areal perspective168
On the Significance of Grammatical Words in Determining the Genealogical Status of Cantonese126
Savosavo word stress: A quantitative analysis80
重疊,指大,指小 -- 試析漢語重疊式既能指大又能指小之現111
Neural correlates of nouns and verbs in early bilinguals. Presentation at the 10th International Conference of Human Brain Mapping, Budapest129
Mora-based pre-low raising in japanese pitch accent61
Social structures and their influence on language change43
Reconfiguration of the perceptual space during second language speech learning103
Substrate influence as reflected in Chinese and English sources for China Coast Pidgin111
A Conceptual Framework for Building the Hong Kong Treebank: A Pilot Study107
The subject condition in Cantonese126
The grammaticalization of FAAN: from verb to discourse particle157
A comparative study of the semantics of serial verb constructions in Dagaare and Cantonese122
An integrated approach for Chinese word segmentation99
Chinese unknown word identification using class-based LM163
A semantic typology of serial verb constructions in Dagaare and Cantonese142
Postposed sentential constituents as post-completion devices in conversational turn-taking140
Verbal vs. nominal classifier constructions in Cantonese and Thai128
Chinese reading difficulty characterized by functional disconnection of orthographic and phonological systems in the brain162
Influence of ecology on linguistic systems40
Distributed Cognition & the Emergence of Language: Language as a Representational Medium7
On Serial Verb Constructions in Cantonese143
Relative clause attachment biases are affected by the form of the relativiser: Evidence from French7
A quantitative study on Chinese dialects44
Emergence of So as Complementizer in Chinese Pidgin English108
A lexical semantic analysis of faa complex predicates in Norwegian106
Diffusion Tensor Imaging of normal white matter maturation from late childhood to young adulthood: voxel-wise evaluation of mean diffusivity, fractional anisotropy, radial and axial diffusivities, and correlation with reading development125
Learner corpora and cross-linguistics influence in third language acquisition105
Toward a database of classification systems: Semantic description and analyses7
A unified statistical approach to Chinese named entity recognition160
A conceptual mapping theory for serial verbs124
Cross-linguistic investigations of oral and silent reading36
Contact-induced grammaticalization in bilingual development: the case of 'one'-relatives132
The Ultimate Source: Expressing Double Object and Serial Verb Benefactive Constructions in Hong Kong Chinese115
A microcosm of contact-induced grammaticalization in a bilingual child143
Carrying meaning on representational media. The place of language8
Discrete cortical areas responsible for semantic processing of Chinese characters and sentences as identified with fMRI125
Cross-Linguistic Influence in Cantonese-English Bilingual Children: The Case of Right-Dislocation in English151
fMRI of Chinese reading disability146
Binding Relations in Mashan Zhuang: Field Notes from Guangxi111
The source of the paradigm uniformity preference17
Étude typologique des contraintes portant sur la constitution des systèmes phonologiques43
A unified computer model for internal and external constraints in language evolution25
Dual input and learnability: Null objects in Cantonese-English bilingual children113
The Role of Visual Motion Processing in Chinese Reading Development: An fMRI Study172
Complexity of phonological inventories: features & structures6
Modelling Verb Order in Complex Multi-Verbal Predicate Constructions119
Is Left Inferior Frontal Gyrus (LIFG) a general mechanism for working memory selection108
Ideophones in African and Asian languages: The case of Dagaare and Cantonese139
Relative clauses and the word order typology of Chinese: a parsing perspective129
Head-marking and dependent-marking grammar in isolating languages: the case of comparatives in Sinitic133
An fMRI study of neural circuitry of nouns and verbs in early bilinguals’ brain113