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Name: Picus  Sizhi  Ding
Institution: University of Hong Kong
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Homepage: http://web.hku.hk/~picus
State and/or Country: Hong Kong   
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Documentation
Phonetics
Phonology
Typology
Writing Systems
Anthropological Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Yue
Language Family(ies): Sino-Tibetan
Selected Publications: The Use of Perception Tests in Studying the Tonal System of Prinmi Dialects: A Speaker-centered Approach to Descriptive Linguistics. Language Documentation and Conservation 1.2: 154-181.

A typological study of tonal systems of Japanese and Prinmi: Towards a definition of pitch-accent languages. Journal of Universal Language 7.2: 1-35.

China. In Philipp Strazny (ed.) Encyclopedia of Linguistics. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn. Pp. 189-194.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Studies on Bă Resultative Construction
 A Grammar of Prinmi
Courses Taught: Contrastive Linguistics
General Linguistics
Phonetics
Reviewer of: Koguryo: The Language of Japan's Continental Relatives (LL Issue 19.2334)
Discourse/East Asian Lang: Jing-Schmidt (2005) (LL Issue 17.648)
A Grammar of Eton (LL Issue 22.1573)
Language Diversity in the Pacific (LL Issue 17.2290)
Review: Typology: Asher & Moseley (2007) (LL Issue 18.3147)
Academic Paper Abstract: A typological study of tonal systems of Japanese and Prinmi: Towards a definition of pitch-accent languages
The Use of Perception Tests in Studying the Tonal System of Prinmi Dialects: A speaker-centered approach to descriptive linguistics
Challenges in Language Modernization in China: The case of Prinmi



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