We focus on the use of cognitive linguisitics approach and corpus linguistics methods to investigate linguistics manifestations.
As in a multilingual society, we adopt a cross-linguistics approach to research into issues related to language learning and acquisition.
The use of Cantonese in Hong Kong Society and schools since the post-war period is unique among Chinese Society.
The Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies, The Centre for Research on Linguistics and Language Studies and National Taiwan University co-organised the Digital Humanities Seminars and Mini-Conference on Digital Humanities Research and Teaching, supported by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation. More than 110 participants attended the two-day event to understand the development of digital humanities in Taiwan, Hong Kong and other countries.
The ICELEAL2022 congress aims to bring together academics from around the world to report on their various research work related to English language education and applied linguistics. The Congress was organised in collaboration with Beijing Foreign Studies University, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, South China Normal University and City University of Macau and was hosted by the Department of English Language Education, Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies, Centre for Research on Linguistics and Language Studies, and Faculty of Humanities, EdUHK.
Supported by the Lord Wilson Heritage Trust Fund, co-organised by the Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies, the Centre for Research on Linguistics and Language Studies and Christian Faith and Development Centre. The talk is about Early Cantonese Bible and introducing the Christian Literature Database.
The Centre for Research on Linguistics and Language Studies (CRLLS) Student Internship Programme aims to give EdUHK students who wish to pursue further studies in linguistics or a postgraduate career in the academic sector or research industry an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in working with serving researchers by being engaged in various stages of the research process. The internship enriches their understanding of the roles of researchers and facilitates their future career planning. During the internship, student would assist in various projects related to linguistics and language studies, such as developing research tools and assist in data collection, compilation and analysis.