Sentence-final adverbs in Colloquial Singapore English revisited: Increasing frequency and stabilization in a WhatsApp corpus. With Mie Hiramoto, Jessica Choo, Wilkinson Gonzales & Jakob Leimgruber. Society of Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. January, 2020.
(bo)jio and its variants in Singlish WhatsApp messages. With Jakob Leimgruber, Wilkinson Gonzales, Jessica Choo & Mie Hiramoto. 24th Conference of the International Association of World Englishes, University of Limerick, Ireland. June, 2019.
“You don’t ask me to speak Mandarin, okay?”: Language ideology of Mandarin-speaking Singaporeans. With Mie Hiramoto. 16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. June, 2019.
“I needed you sia“: An emergence of a sentence-final particle sia in Colloquial Singapore English. With Jessica Choo, Mie Hiramoto, Wilkinson Gonzales, Tong King Lee & Jakob Leimgruber. English in Contact 2019, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan. March, 2019.
Ethnic and gender variation in the CMC use of Colloquial Singapore English discourse particles. With Jakob Leimgruber, Jessica Choo, Wilkinson Gonzales & Mie Hiramoto. Society of Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, New York, New York, USA. January, 2019.
“Issit issit is only a tag question?” The grammaticalization and pragmaticalization of issit in Colloquial Singapore English. With Wilkinson Gonzales, Jessica Choo, Jakob Leimgruber & Mie Hiramoto. Society of Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, New York, New York, USA. January, 2019.