Having obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Sandy Lo gained her research experience projects at different universities in HK before completing her MA in Linguistics at the University of Manchester. She embarked upon her PhD study at the same university in 2003. She is interested in bilingualism, language contact, language maintenance & language shift, code-switching/code-mixing, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, language acquisition and research methods.
Publications and Talks:
- Cantonese-English code-switching in comparison: Manchester and Hong Kong', 16th Sociolinguistic Symposium, Limerick, Ireland (6th - 8th July, 2006)
- Cantonese-English Code-Switching of the Manchester Chinese Speech Community, 3rd International Conference on Chinese Sociolinguistics, Nanjing, China(18th - 21st Dec, 2004)