How do Chinese children acquire ideophones and reduplication?
Do radicals in the formal written variation of ideophones play a big role?
MCA helps us to tackle the prototypically structure of the ideophone category in Chinese
With an open source database of ideophones we can address a multitude of issues regarding Chinese ideophones.
Goal The goal for this short update is to use the R package lingtypology (click here for the tutorial), in order to create a map that shows which for which languages we use which terminology relating to ideophones. Now, I know that the data isn’t complete yet. It is an ongoing cataloguing project. You can find the more recent versions of this map on my Github
I’m back. And I don’t know if to you, the reader, it feels as if I have to say that very often at the start of a blog post, but to me it does. Anyway, no more excuses, but I solemly swear to write more often here. Where were we at last time? Ah yes, I chronicled my trip to the UK. Go read that if you forgot about it,
Time flies! This post will be a short recapitulation of some things that happened after the second semester started and I first went on a trip with my friends from Belgium (read all about it here). As such, I will write a bit about my work as a model (yes, I became somewhat of a model haha); my work in the field with the Bunun people; my work as a
〜〜Konnichiwa mina san こんにちはみなさん〜〜 After my SEA roundtrip to Phuket and China where I visited some of my friends, I arrived back in Taiwan. I was running in Pudong airport in Shanghai to get my flight because I had to queue for two hours just to get through the
Studying (Premodern) Chinese ideophones diachronically