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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 21, Number 2, July 2002

Introduction: Interdisciplinary perspectives on English in China
pp. 177-180(4)
Authors: Bolton, Kingsley; Tong, Q.S

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Chinese Englishes: from Canton jargon to global English
pp. 181-199(19)
Author: Bolton, Kingsley

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English for international trade: China enters the WTO
pp. 201-216(16)
Authors: Pang, Jixian; Zhou, Xing; Fu, Zheng

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Chinese pragmatic norms and ‘China English’
pp. 269-279(11)
Authors: Kirkpatrick, Andy; Zhichang, Xu

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Hallidayan linguistics in China
pp. 281-290(10)
Author: Huang, Guowen

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Translation and English in twentieth–century China
pp. 325-335(11)
Author: Hung, Eva

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English literary studies and China’s modernity
pp. 337-348(12)
Authors: Zhou, Xiaoyi; Tong, Q. S.

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English in China: a preliminary bibliography
pp. 349-355(7)
Authors: Adamson, Bob; Bolton, Kingsley; Lam, Agnes; Tong, Q. S.

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