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Chinese music in the Philippines: History and contemporary practices

Author(s):

Arsenio Nicolas

Publisher:

The Folk Performing Arts in ASEAN

Type:

Book chapter

Year published:

2016

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

371-387

Keywords:

music, contemporary, Philippines

Xiqu in the Philippines: From Church Suppression to MegaMall Shows

Author(s):

Josh Stenberg

Publisher:

Journal of Chinese Overseas

Type:

Article

Year published:

2020

Volume:

16

Issue:

NA

Pages:

58-89

Keywords:

xiqu, music, Chinese, Philippines

A speech communication profile of three generations of Filipino-Chinese in Metro Manila: Their use of English, Pilipino and Chinese languages in different domains, role-relationships, speech situations and functions

Author(s):

Rebecca Chuaunsu

Publisher:

University of the Philippines

Type:

Thesis

Year published:

1989

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

NA

Keywords:

Chinese Filipino, language use, generation, speech communication profile

Trilingual code-switching using quantitative lenses: An exploratory study on Hokaglish

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

Philippine Journal of Linguistics

Type:

Journal Article

Year published:

2016

Volume:

47

Issue:

NA

Pages:

106-128

Keywords:

Chinese Filipino, trilingual, codeswitching, Tagalog, English, Hokkien

Language contact in the Philippines: The history and ecology from a Chinese Filipino perspective

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

Language Ecology

Type:

Journal Article

Year published:

2017

Volume:

1

Issue:

2

Pages:

185-212

Keywords:

Chinese Filipino, language contact, language ecology, Philippine contact languages, sociohistory

Philippine Englishes

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

Asian Englishes

Type:

Journal Article

Year published:

2017

Volume:

19

Issue:

1

Pages:

79-95

Keywords:

language contact, Philippine English, Philippine Englishes, sociolinguistics, variation, Hokaglish

Chinese Filipinos tag their questions, kiam si? Some notes on tag questions in Philippine Hybrid Hokkien

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

Philippine ESL Journal

Type:

Journal Article

Year published:

2017

Volume:

19

Issue:

NA

Pages:

84-99

Keywords:

Chinese Filipinos, Philippine English, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, mixed languages, tag questions

Philippine Hybrid Hokkien as a postcolonial mixed language: Evidence from nominal derivational affixation mixing

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

National University of Singapore

Type:

Journal Article

Year published:

2018

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

NA

Keywords:

Chinese Filipinos, Lannang-ue, nominal affixation, mixed languages, documentation

Tone in Tagalog and English? The case of Philippine Hybrid Hokkien in metropolitan Manila

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Publisher:

Linguistic Society of America

Type:

Poster

Year published:

2020

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

NA

Keywords:

tone, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, phonology, mixed languages

Two Englishes diverged in the Philippines? A substratist account of Manila Chinese English

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales & Mie Hiramoto

Publisher:

Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages

Type:

Journal Article

Year published:

2020

Volume:

35

Issue:

1

Pages:

125-159

Keywords:

Manila Chinese English, Sino-Philippine language contact, corpus linguistics, intergroup variation, world Englishes, Philippine Englishes

Vowel system or vowel systems? Variation in Philippine Hybrid Hokkien monophthongs

Author(s):

Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales & Rebecca Starr

Publisher:

Linguistic Society of America

Type:

Poster

Year published:

2019

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

NA

Keywords:

mixed languages, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, monophthong, vowel, phonology

A study of Philippine Hokkien language

Author(s):

Huiming Tsai

Publisher:

National Taiwan Normal University

Type:

Thesis

Year published:

2017

Volume:

NA

Issue:

NA

Pages:

NA

Keywords:

Philippines, Lán-lâng-uē, Hokkien language , Sociolinguistics, Language preservation

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