|Title:||Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics|
|Publisher:||Centre for Applied English Studies, University of Hong Kong|
|Description:||The Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics is an international, refereed journal which will be of interest to all persons professionally concerned with issues related to the use of English as a second or foreign language by Chinese first language background learners. It aims to promote the development of principled links between theoretical linguistics, educational research, language planning and the implementation of practical teaching programmes within, or relevant to, a Chinese context.
HKJAL invites submissions of previously unpublished articles that address language issues in Hong Kong or the surrounding region and language related issues in other Chinese contexts, including Chinese students studying overseas. Book reviews and brief reports or summaries of work in progress which address similar issues are also welcome.
The inaugural issue was published in October 1996; issues are published twice yearly.