Dr. Mingxing LI
Associate Programme Director of Master of Arts in Language Studies and Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature
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B.A. (TJNU), M.A. (TJNU), M.Phil. (CUHK), Ph.D. (KU)
Phonology; phonetics; speech perception; second language phonetics/phonology; Chinese languages
Introduction to linguistics; phonetics and phonology; language acquisition and language learning; language typology and language change
Kong, Huifang; Wu, Shengyi; Li, Mingxing. 2019. The frication property of apical vowels in Hefei Chinese and its perceptual enhancement account. Yuyan Yanjiu [Studies in Language and Linguistics] 39(1), 23 – 33.
Qi, Haifeng; Li, Mingxing. 2018. A research on the variation of glide /u/ in Hekouhu with ancient Xie Zhi Shan Zhen She in Donggang dialect. Kaihen. Tokyo: Kobun Shuppansha.
Li, Mingxing. 2018. Phonological typology and perceptual distinctiveness: place contrasts of fricatives and affricates. Proceedings of the 13th Phonetics Conference of China (PCC2018), Jinan University, Guangzhou, China, Nov 10–11, 2018.
Li, Mingxing; Zhang, Jie. 2017. Perceptual distinctiveness between dental and palatal sibilants in different vowel contexts and its implications for phonological contrasts. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology, 8(1), 18. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/labphon.27 (July 18, 2017)
Wee, Lian-Hee; Li, Mingxing. 2015. Modern Chinese phonology. In Wang, William S-Y; Sun, Chaofen (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
As Principal Investigator
Hong Kong Baptist University, Faculty Research Grant (FRG) Category II [FRG2/17-18/076]: Perceptual Basis of Language Typology: An Experimental Study of Syllable-final Consonants. HK$149,360 (US$19,000). Aug. 1, 2018 – Jan. 31, 2020.
As Collaborative Investigator
The National Social Science Fund of China [18BYY215]. Chinese English Learners’ Accent Intelligibility Core and Its Visualization Applications. (PI: Dr. Hu CHEN, Zhejiang Gongshang University). June 21, 2018 – Dec. 31, 2021. CNY¥200,000 (US$29,300).