Implementing Mother-tongue

  • Published 2002


Hong Kong is a homogeneous community both in terms of race (98% Chinese) and language (over 80% speak Cantonese as their mother tongue). However, the historical and sociolinguistic dynamics there are such that English is the dominant medium of instruction at secondary level and above, while Modern Mandarin, a non-indigenous Chinese (standard) dialect… (More)


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@inproceedings{2002ImplementingM, title={Implementing Mother-tongue}, author={}, year={2002} }