Feng Wang

List of John Benjamins publications for which Feng Wang plays a role.

Journal

Title

The Syllable and its Prosody in Chinese

Edited by Lian-Hee Wee, Feng Wang and Yuan Liang

Special issue of Language and Linguistics 23:1 (2022) v, 139 pp.
Subjects Altaic languages | Austro-Asian languages | Austronesian languages | Sino-Tibetan languages | Theoretical linguistics

Articles

Li, Xuan and Feng Wang 2022 A preliminary study on nasalization and phonation: The case of BaiThe Syllable and its Prosody in Chinese, Wee, Lian-Hee, Feng Wang and Yuan Liang (eds.), pp. 116–139
Although it is widely acknowledged that different speech processes may interact with each other, the way that nasalization affects phonation remains poorly understood. This paper explores the relationship between nasalization and phonation, by analyzing the phonetic cues of the tense/lax… read more | Article
Wee, Lian-Hee, Feng Wang and Yuan Liang 2022 PrefaceThe Syllable and its Prosody in Chinese, Wee, Lian-Hee, Feng Wang and Yuan Liang (eds.), pp. 1–3
Introduction
Hamed, Mahé Ben and Feng Wang 2006 Stuck in the forest: Trees, networks and Chinese dialectsDiachronica 23:1, pp. 29–60
This paper discusses the validity of the tree model of evolution for the particular case of Sinitic languages (or Chinese dialects). Our approach is lexically based, using standardized word lists. First, these lists were tested for their congruence, as they are supposed to have evolved at different… read more | Article