吳實錄

Annals of Wu

漢藏緬語々言研究ㄟ博客
a sinotibetoburman linguistics blog
2013-08-04

Growing Collection Of Wú Recordings phonemica

We're making some good progress at presenting Wu dialects over at Phonemica. Below is a live map showing just the Wu recordings. At this time there are around 40 Wu recordings, and most of those are Taihu varieties. Still, good to see some around Wenzhou, Shangrao and Nanjing.

You can preview any of these directly on the map. To hear the full stories, be sure to head over to the main project site.

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    A semi-academic linguistics blog about Sinotibetan, previously focused primarily on Wú, a Sinitic language spoken in the Yangtze Delta region. Topics now include historical linguistics, documentation, language rights, sociolinguistics and learning materials, as well as acting as the dev blog for Phonemica from time to time.

    I'm a linguist based in Asia, working on documentation and historical development of Sinotibetan. In addition to academic research, I'm heavily involved in Phonemica, an organisation that promotes crowd-sourced preservation of local languages.

    I'm currently in the field, so getting in touch isn't easy. However you can try to email me at the following address and I'll respond as soon as I'm able:

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