Language details

MIN NAN CHINESE Links (11)   Materials (2)   Books (15)   
Alternative names: SOUTHERN MIN, MINNAN
Number of speakers: 45.000.000
Language Code: CFR
In language groups: SINO-TIBETAN » SINITIC
Spoken in: BRUNEI DARUSSALAM [Details], Hainan/CHINA [Details], Fujian/CHINA [Details], Zhejiang/CHINA [Details], Jiangxi/CHINA [Details], INDONESIA [Details], MALAYSIA [Details], PHILIPPINES [Details], TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA [Details], THAILAND [Details]
Links
1   Glossika Chinese Dialects
http://www.glossika.com/en/dict/dialectmn.htm
2   Hokkien (Minnan) Language Forum
http://www.chinalanguage.com/forum/list.php?f=6
3   Key Characteristics of Chinese Languages
http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~tojan/rlang/chi2.htm
4   Lengua China - Dialecto Min
http://www.proel.org/mundo/min.htm
5   Lexical Change and Variation in Taiwanese Literary Texts 1916-1998
http://www.ncku.edu.tw/~taiwan/taioan/hak-chia/l/li-khin-hoann/phok-su/phok-su.htm
6   Min Chinese Language Examples - Authorization Required!
https://depts.washington.edu/llc/olr/chinese/CHI_015/index.html
7   Min Nan Swadesh Word List
http://www.rosettaproject.org:8080/live/search/contribute/swadesh/view?ethnocode=CFR
8   Min Phonology
http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Pagoda/3847/chinese/min.htm
9   Min Phonology
http://www.sungwh.freeserve.co.uk/chinese/min.htm
10   Taiwanese Language Page
http://daiwanway.dynip.com/
11   The Missionary Romanisation System Used for Certain Southern Min Dialects
http://www.coastalfog.net/languages/xiarom.html

Materials
1  A Typological Study of Causatives in Taiwan Southern Min
2  Development of Taiwanese Min

Books
1   Cheng, Robert L.: Taiwanese and Mandarin structures and their developmental trends in Taiwan, Book III: Temporal and spatial relations, questions and negatives in Taiwanese and Mandarin
2   Cheng, Robert L.: Taiwanese and Mandarin structures and their developmental trends in Taiwan, Book I : Taiwanese phonology and morphology
3   Cheng, Robert L.: Taiwanese and Mandarin structures and their developmental trends in Taiwan, Book II: Contacts between Taiwanese and Mandarin and restructuring of their synonyms
4   Cheng, Robert L.: Taiwanese and Mandarin structures and their developmental trends in Taiwan, Book IV: Pro-forms, focus and scope in Taiwanese and Mandarin
5   Cheng, Robert L. (ed.): Mandarin function words and their Taiwanese equivalents
6   Cheng, Susie S.: A study of Taiwanese adjectives
7   Embree, Bernard L.M.: A dictionary of Southern Min
8   Jang, Shyue-chian : Dimensions of spoken and written Taiwanese: a corpus-based register study. Ph.D. dissertation
9   Lin, Alvin: Writing Taiwanese: the development of modern written Taiwanese
10   Shi, Mei-Neng: The application of South-Min dialect in Taiwanese literature before 1945. M.A. thesis
11   Ting, Pang-Hsin (ed.): Contemporary Studies on the Min Dialects
12   Tsai, Sophia: Language competition: a case study on Taiwanese and Mandarin. M.A. thesis
13   Tseng, Chin-Chin: Taiwanese prosody: An integrated analysis of acoustic and perceptual data. Ph.D. dissertation
14   Zang, Ding-sheng: A study of Taiwanese written forms
15   Zhou, Changji: Minnanhua yu Putonghua (Southern Min and Mandarin)




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