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2018/11/07 | The Interpreter
How YouTubers Are Protecting Cantonese & Other Dialects From the CCP
They didn't set out to do it, but young people in Hong Kong and China have erected a formidable line of defense against Beijing's efforts to drown out dialects in favor of Mandarin.
2018/08/24 | Catherine Chou
The Worrying Cross-Strait and Linguistic Messages of 'Crazy Rich Asians'
The film is now in theaters in Taiwan. Is it a victory for Asian representation in Hollywood, or for the linguistic and cultural domination of the Chinese Communist Party?
2017/09/19 | Kenrick Davis
Chinese Rap Breaking Free of Mandarin
While some dialect rappers regard their art as an avenue to fame and fortune, for others, it is a tool for promoting and protecting local language and culture.
2016/06/30 | Yuan-ling Liang
Want to Learn a Language While Watching YouTube?
A new app developed in Taiwan allows language learners to tap on the characters and words in YouTube video subtitles.