A graduate of the Chinese Department of Peking University, Yuehua Liu was Professor in Chinese at the Beijing Language and Culture University. In 1989, she continued her professional career in the United States and had taught Chinese at Wellesley College, MIT, and Harvard University for many years. Her research concentrated on modern Chinese grammar, especially grammar for teaching Chinese as a foreign language. Her major publications include "Practical Modern Chinese Granmar" (co-author), "Comprehensive Studies of Chinese Directional Complements", and "Writings on Chinese Grammar" as well as the Chinese textbook series "Integrated Chinese" (chief editor) and the audio-video textbook set Learning Advanced Colloquial Chinese from TV (co-author). Ph.D., University of Hawaii. Chu is Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Chinese Language Program at the University of California, Davis, where he also serves on the Executivc Board of the Second Language Acquisition Institute and is a member of the Graduate Faculty Group of Linguistics. He is Vice President of the Chinese Language Teachers Association of California and a member of the editorial boards of the L2 Journal and several other scholarly periodicals. He taught at Stanford University and Beijing Language and Culture University for many years. He has published more than 20 articles on topics in Chinese linguistics, Chinese pedagogy, and cognitive semantics, and has a forthcoming book on motion conceptualisation and representation in Chinese. He was PI of two major software projects in Chinese pedagogy and acquisition : "Chinese TA" and "the Corpus of Chinese Interlanguage". With Xiangya as her pen name, Shaoling Zhao is an award-winning Chinese writer. She is a member of the AII-China Writers Association and the All-China Journalists Association. She authored many influential reportages and television play and film scripts, including "Hostesses on Internationam Airlines", "Concretionary Affection", and "The Silver Lining".Présentation de l'éditeur :
June 8. Beijing. A pretty girl lies dead on the floor of her luxury home. A slip of paper found on her body reads, "I'm tired. Let me leave..." At the bottom of the slip is a signature: Lin Shuang-shuang. Shuang-shuang has a twin-sister called Dui-dui. The two girls look so similar that others can hardly tell Caho's Caho. ls the one who died really Shuang-shuang ? Then where is Dui-dui ? If the one who died is Dui-dui as someone claimed, then why is the signature on the slip Lin Shuang-shuang ?.
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Description du livre Peking University Press, China, 2007. Paperback. État : New. 200 x 140 mm. Language: English,Chinese . Brand New Book. N° de réf. du libraire AAW9787301079041
Description du livre Peking University Press, 2007. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire 9488605
Description du livre Peking University Press. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 7301079044
Description du livre Soft cover. État : New. Language:Chinese,English.Author:BEN SHE,YI MING.Binding:Soft Cover. N° de réf. du libraire 0801535