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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 19, Number 3, November 2000

Introduction
pp. 263-263(1)
Author: Bolton, Kingsley

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The discourse and attitudes of English language teachers in Hong Kong
pp. 287-303(17)
Authors: Tsui, Amy B. M.; Bunton, David

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The English-language media in Hong Kong
pp. 323-335(13)
Author: Yuen-Ying, Chan

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Towards a phonology of Hong Kong English
pp. 337-356(20)
Author: Hung, Tony T. N.

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Relative clauses in Hong Kong English
pp. 357-371(15)
Author: Gisborne, Nikolas

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Hong Kong words: variation and context
pp. 373-380(8)
Author: Benson, Phil

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Hong Kong writing and writing Hong Kong
pp. 381-386(6)
Author: Ho, Louise

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Writing between Chinese and English
pp. 399-404(6)
Author: Ping-Kwan, Leung

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From Yinglish to sado-mastication
pp. 405-414(10)
Author: Vittachi, Nury

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Writing the literature of non-denial
pp. 415-428(14)
Author: Xi, Xu

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Futures for Hong Kong English
pp. 429-443(15)
Authors: Bolton, Kingsley; Lim, Shirley

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Researching Hong Kong English: bibliographical resources
pp. 445-452(8)
Author: Bolton, Kingsley

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