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About the article
Yun Xiao is Professor of Chinese language and linguistics at Bryant University, Rhode Island, U.S.A. She has a Ph.D. degree in Linguistics. Her research interests are in Chinese syntax and discourse. Her publications include around 30 journal articles and book chapters, three co-edited/co-authored research monographs and a four-volume Chinese Literature Reading Series.
萧云是美国罗得岛布莱恩特大学中国语言和语言学教授。学历为语言学博士。她的研究兴趣为汉语句法和话语。她的著作包括期刊论文与研究专著章节近 30 篇，参与编辑和撰写的学术专著 3 本，及 4 卷中国文学阅读系列。
Published Online: 2016-03-29
Published in Print: 2016-04-01