Chinese Language and Discourse

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

13 October 2022

Myth of identity: Styling the authentic “Hong Konger” in Wong Tze-wah’s standup comedies
Alice Fengyuan Yu | 18 pp.

15 September 2022

Speakers’ subjective evaluation of adversity: Adversity lens constructed through bei- passive in Chinese conversation
Danjie Su | 35 pp.

14 July 2022

Pluricentric legal Chinese: A Rethink on harmonization and uniformization of legal terminology
Clara Ho-yan Chan and Marcus Galdia | 16 pp.
Pronoun TA as a facilitator of empathy in Chinese digital narratives
Kerry Sluchinski | 27 pp.

30 June 2022

近義詞的詞彙語義互補性 [The complementary lexical semantics of adverb synonyms]: 以相異面向之四組副詞為例 [The case of four Pairs of distinct adverbs]
Liching Livy Chiu | 33 pp.

27 June 2022

What more can empirical contextual data tell about the real usage of words and collocations? A case study of the qià (?) cluster with Chinese Gigaword data
Chunyu Kit, Ying Lu and Meichun Liu | 50 pp.

16 June 2022

Automatic construction of a dictionary of variant forms of Chinese characters
Xiaodong Shi | 16 pp.

9 June 2022

The Multifunctionality of Mandarin Diào  : A cross-linguistic perspective
Gaowa Jing and Meichun Liu | 32 pp.
Who Predicted What? A Comparative Study of Two Newspapers in the Chinese Mainland and Taiwan
Shan Wang and Lei Tang | 24 pp.

7 June 2022

陈述句的语篇角色 [Discourse roles of declaratives]: 开启者、传信者、争端源提供者和终结者 [Opener, messenger, supplier of dispute source, and terminator]
Wang Zhenhua and Zhang Chunhui | 15 pp.

2 June 2022

A study on the semantic change of the Chinese negative adverb Bùshèn (不甚)
Xiao Han and Fangqiong Zhan | 17 pp.

31 May 2022

Meaning construal and meaning conventionalization of Chinese [X+body part] metonymic compounds from the perspective of cognitive pragmatics
Qi Li | 21 pp.

8 March 2022

Language and identity: A report on a Cambodian Chinese village
Dana Scott Bourgerie | 20 pp.

24 January 2022

Mandarin chī ‘eat’ sentences in elicitation and corpus data
John Newman and Dan Zhao | 33 pp.

30 November 2021

Reconsidering the shi…(de) construction in spoken Mandarin
Angela Cook | 23 pp.