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Laboratory members

LEE Hun Tak Thomas Professor and Director
T'SOU Ka Yin Benjamin Adjunct Professor
ZEE Yun Yang Eric Adjunct Professor
LEI Ka Yan Margaret PhD candidate and Lab Manager
LU Yaqiao PhD student
YANG Yu'an MPhil student
KUANG Hang MPhil student
LI Tianshu MPhil student
LUI Ka Hei Cristy Student Helper
LI Pui Yi Zoe Student Helper
LAU Heng Heng Grace Student Helper
LO Fai Chau Gordon Student Helper
KUO Jeannie Zoe Student Helper
YEUNG Man Wing Fontana Student Helper
CHEN Mi Jia Jocelyn Student Helper

Researchers who worked at the laboratory

CHEN Hui Macquarie University
DENG Xiangjun Chinese University of Hong Kong
FAN Li Beijing Forestry University
GAO Liqun Beijing Language and Culture University
HUANG Aijun Soochow University
LAU Cindy Wan Yee Chinese University of Hong Kong
LEE Ching Man Barbara Hong Kong Polytechnic University
LI Jieqiong Chinese University of Hong Kong
SONG Gang Beijing Language and Culture University
TSE Ming San Crono University of California, San Diego
WONG Hok Yuen Oscar Chinese University of Hong Kong
WONG Nai Fai Leo
WU Zhuang Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
WUYUN Saina Macau University of Science and Technology
YANG Xiaolu Tsinghua University
ZENG Tao Hunan University


 


LEE Hun Tak Thomas
Professor and Director
Email: huntaklee@cuhk.edu.hk
Phone: (852) 3943-7014

Thomas Lee received his PhD in Linguistics from UCLA. His research interests lie in language acquisition and syntax/semantics, with particular reference to the first language acquisition of Cantonese and Mandarin. He led the construction of the Hong Kong Cantonese Child Language Corpus (CANCORP), and has been heading a Chinese Early Language Acquisition (CELA) project which focuses on how Chinese children acquire the core properties of the target language from infancy to two years of age. His publications have focused on children's understanding and use of logical structures, and their implications for language and cognitive development. He serves on the editorial board of Journal of Chinese Linguistics, Journal of East Asian Linguistics, Contemporary Linguistics, Foreign Language Teaching and Research, Journal of Modern Foreign Languages, and Taiwan Journal of Linguistics.

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ZEE Yun Yang Eric
Adjunct Professor
Email: ericzee@cuhk.edu.hk
Phone: (852) 902-88-509

Eric Zee (Zee Yun-Yang; Xu Yunyang, 徐云扬) received M.A. and Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of California at Los Angeles, specializing in experimental phonetics. Before joining LAL, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages at CUHK, he was affiliated with the Department of Anthropology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics at the City University of Hong Kong. He was a visiting professor/visiting fellow at the Department of Asian Studies and Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics at Cornell University (1999), Summer Institute of Linguistics, Michigan State University (2003), and Summer Institute of Phonetics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing (Summer 2004 and Summer 2005). He served as director of the Phonetics Laboratory of the Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics at the City University of Hong Kong (1994-2013), chair of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (2011), member of the Council of the International Phonetic Association (2007-2015), and vice-president of the Phonetic Association of China (2007-2015). Currently he is a member of the editorial boards for Phonetica - an International Journal of Phonetic Sciences, Journal of the International Phonetic Association, and Chinese Journal of Phonetics (Phonetic Association of China). His research interests concentrate on phonetics of the sounds of the Chinese dialects. He can be reached at <ericzee@cuhk.edu.hk> and (852) 902-88-509.

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LEI Ka Yan Margaret
PhD candidate and Lab Manager
Email: margaret@cuhk.edu.hk
Phone: (852) 3943-1702

Margaret Lei received her BEng in Information Engineering and PgDip in Psychology and her MA and MPhil in Linguistics from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is currently pursing her PhD in Linguistics at the Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages, CUHK. Her research interests lie in first language acquisition, syntax and semantics, with particular reference to Cantonese and Mandarin. 

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