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- Bilingual students at the crossroads
- Bilingual Avenue
- Crossing borders or carrying borders?
- Partnering for the Future
- Gaining a Green Thumb for Grassroots Language Activism
- Language work in the internet café
- Internationalization as Englishization
- Language deficit in super-diversity
- Sink-or-swim for international students
- How the presence of a bilingual school changes the linguistic profile of a community
- Language strategy in the hospitality sector
- Multilingual mismatch
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Bilingual Avenue is an insightful and entertaining new website devoted to bilingual parenting and bilingual education. Bilingual Avenue features weekly podcasts, a ...
Over the past few decades, an increasing number of Burmese international students have enrolled in high schools in Yunnan, a province in ...
Last week I was privileged to attend the 3rd Conference of School Principals of PASCH Schools in Southeast Asia. A ‘PASCH school’ is ...
I was surprised, frankly, during my recent fieldwork to find Zhuang language being used in a QQ chatroom in China. Surprised because ...
There is now a well-established body of work exploring the language work provided by service workers in call centres and tourist businesses. ...
The process of internationalization of education has been a pivotal issue across the world, in particular with regards to the higher education ...