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Journal of ASIALEX

Editor-in-Chief: H. Xu; S. Yamada

ISSN: 2197-4292 (print version)
ISSN: 2197-4306 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40607

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Hai Xu, Guangdong University of Foreign

Studies, Guangzhou, China

E-mail: xuhai1101@gdufs.edu.cn

Shigeru Yamada, Waseda University,

Tokyo, Japan

E-mail: shyamada@waseda.jp


Review Editor

Deny Arnos Kwary, Airlangga University,


E-mail: deny@kwary.net


Editorial Board

Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

Gilles-Maurice de Schryver, Ghent

University, Belgium; University of Pretoria, South Africa

Yongwei Gao, Fudan University, China

Chu-Ren Huang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR

Ilan Kernerman, K Dictionaries Ltd, Israel

Lan Li, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China

Vincent Ooi, National University, Singapore

Yukio Tono, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan

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    Springer is pleased to announce the publication of the new Journal Lexicography: Journal of ASIALEX, in collaboration with The Asian Association for Lexicography.

    There is a time-honored lexicographic tradition of dictionary compilation in Asia, with a great many topics to discuss and problems to solve. The region is vast and diverse: of the 7,105 living languages in the world, 2,304 can be found in Asia (ethnologue.com), and there are great numbers of dictionary users – both native-language and foreign-language.

    Lexicography aims to serve as a leading-edge forum and powerhouse for all global issues of lexicographic interest, with an emphasis on Asian perspectives and concerns. The journal is open for researchers, lexicographers, students, teachers, translators, and all language lovers from around the globe, who are invited to discuss lexicography and dictionary issues referring to history, typology, use, criticism, structure, IT, components, compilation, application, media, phraseology, corpus linguistics, translation, education, etc.

     ASIALEX was established in 1997 at the Dictionaries in Asia conference (Language Centre of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). It has since held conferences biennially. The principal aim of the association is to foster scholarly and professional activities in the fields of lexicography and dictionaries in and for Asia.

    The Chief Editor is Professor Yukio Tono, of the Graduate School of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies and current President of ASIALEX, and the Editorial Board consists of members of the ASIALEX Executive Board – Chu-Ren Huang (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Ilan Kernerman (K Dictionaries), Deny A. Kwery (Airlangga University), Li Lan (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), and Shigeru Yamada (Waseda University) – with the support of international scholars.

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