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香港語言學奧林匹克選拔賽

Hong Kong Linguistics Olympiad (HKLO) 香港語言學奧林匹克選拔賽

*************************Activities *************************

2021-2022

MOCK TEST 2022
We have decided to organize an HKLO-mock test on January 16th to allow the students to test their skills before the actual Olympiad. The results will not be published and will be made available to students individually.

Format: 4 problems in 4 hours (as the format of HKLO 2022).
Time and place: January 16th, 2022, 2 pm - 6 pm, PolyU (face to face)
Registration fee: HKD 100
Deadline for signing up: January 4th
Registration link: https://forms.gle/xs8hefkPZv3Uj7jp9

The official regulations of HKLO 2022, including the selection process for IOL, can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iZR6aX2lDMf6Kv4tXnUwTcl2XAulJw6A/view?usp=sharing.

Important dates:
August 23rd - September 19th: Registration for the HKLO Training
October 3rd: Beginning of the training
February 20th: 4th Hong Kong Linguistics Olympiad
April 10th: 4th Asia-Pacific Linguistics Olympiad
July 25th-29th: 19th International Linguistics Olympiad (to take place in Isle of Man)
January 4th, 2022 - Deadline for signing up for the mock test
Jan 16th, 2022 - HKLO-mock test

2020-2021
One team of 4 students has represented Hong Kong in the 18th International Linguistics Olympiad which took place online between the 19th and 24th of July 2021. All four students have been awarded a medal! (Xie Lingrui – Gold medal, Tam Lok Hang – Silver medal, Ip Tsz Oi – Silver medal, Ng Truman Toby – Bronze medal).
Moreover, Hong Kong team earned the gold trophy for the highest average team score at the individual contest.


Hong Kong representatives to IOL 2021 (from left to right: Xie Lingrui, Ip Tsz Oi, Tam Lok Hang, Ng Truman Toby)

2019-2020
The International Linguistics Olympiad was cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

2018-2019
Hong Kong took part for the first time in the International Linguistics Olympiad with two teams.


*************************Past problems and results*************************

HKLO 2021:
Problems: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1epLwQoOPMwz-kea5u4FGl-YhowbFxlIt/view?usp=sharing
Solutions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18Dnu4tkklR0RbX7GyGdR6N9NH7vx7BG7/view?usp=sharing
Results: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13O37zz0Lpkt8tUrtleGoZTSkk36Z-jPa/view?usp=sharing

HKLO 2020:
Problems: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rxsLVSD8Ieykpsv4Ez8MPX9oAbDbr-KI/view?usp=sharing
Solutions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mWq5j0YlhPLCcFZcDEOQUBRYpxKkhCjw/view?usp=sharing
Results: https://bit.ly/389WUC7

HKLO 2019:
Problems: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14bDULRCns1pLOoWj7DS5katgqLxsGTFr/view?usp=sharing
Solutions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fOrMMoNWtbYaAXSUwjpfuC9G4Y_Wh2XH/view?usp=sharing
Results: https://bit.ly/2YW8NXC

*************************What is the HKLO? *************************

Hong Kong Linguistics Olympiad is the accredited competition to allow pre-university students to participate in the international linguistics competitions (International Linguistics Olympiad and Asia Pacific Linguistics Olympiad). The linguistics Olympiad consists of solving linguistic puzzles which require only logical ability, patient work and the willingness to accept challenges. No prior knowledge of linguistics or second languages is required. Students can learn more about the knowledge of world languages and improve their abilities of observation, logic and awareness of diversity while solving problems involving language data. Everyone is welcome to give it a try and explore the wondrous realm of language and experience its gems. The working language for HKLO is English. Participants who are eligible for linguistic Olympiads in other nations/regions (in addition to Hong Kong) cannot compete in multiple contests each year.

Targeted participants are from Form 1 to Form 6 students in Hong Kong secondary schools. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at hklinguisticsolympiad@gmail.com

For more information about Hong Kong results in the international competitions, please refer to the following official websites:

香港選拔賽簡介
香港語言學奧林匹克選拔賽 (Hong Kong Linguistics Olympiad, 簡稱 HKLO)是一項給中學生的語言謎題解題競賽。香港語言學奧林匹克選拔賽通過國際語言學奧林匹克(IOL)和亞太地區語言學奧林匹克(APLO)認證。競賽試題僅需以邏輯推理能力、耐心以及持續思考的意願來解題,語言學相關的先備知識或是第二外語都不是必要的。香港語言學奧林匹克選拔賽的官方語言是英語。而在國際語言學奧林匹克競賽及亞洲語言學奧林匹克競賽中,參賽者可以選擇中文或者英文。参赛者每人當年度以參加1項語言學奧林匹克競賽為限,不得跨國家或地區參賽。

香港選拔賽參賽資格
中一到中六之在學學生。

International Linguistics Olympiad: http://www.ioling.org/
Asia Pacific Linguistics Olympiad: https://www.aplo.asia/
Hong Kong Linguistics Olympiad: https://polyu.hk/amuVS
HKLO Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Hong-Kong-Linguistics-Olympiad-HKLO-763434627350476/

************************* [語奧探知] at Wen Hui Bao*************************

Wen Hui Bao version:
20190912 Load words: http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/09/12/ED1909120011.htm
20190927 Mongolian letters: http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/09/27/ED1909270009.htm
20191011 Word order: http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/10/11/ED1910110008.htm
20191025 Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis: http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/10/25/ED1910250009.htm
20191108 Morphology and Word Formation http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/11/08/ED1911080010.htm
20191128 What makes both ‘I’ and ‘me’ representing the same word in Chinese? http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/11/28/ED1911280010.htm
20191213 Some Semantics http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/12/13/ED1912130012.htm
20191216 Some Semantics http://paper.wenweipo.com/2019/12/16/ED1912160008.htm
20200103 Pame and Its Octonary Number System http://paper.wenweipo.com/2020/01/03/ED2001030010.htm
http://paper.wenweipo.com/2020/01/03/ED2001030012.htm
20200117 Tibetic languages http://paper.wenweipo.com/2020/01/17/ED2001170012.htm
20200612 The Tibetan script http://paper.wenweipo.com/2020/06/12/ED2006120005.htm

Full/Bilingual version: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Jr3ThFCcJm9Kem_v0P0eSfwn8boI-1qj

*************************Organizing Committee*************************

Chair: Prof. Huang, Chu-Ren (Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, HK PolyU)

Members:
Prof. Ahrens, Kathleen (Department of English and Communication, HK PolyU)
Prof. Chan, Shui Duen (Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, HK PolyU)
Prof. Cummings, Louise (Department of English and Communication, HK PolyU)
Dr. Chen, Si (Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, HK PolyU)
Prof. Li, Chor Shing David (Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, HK PolyU)
Ms. Lim, Juyoung (Bank of America Merrill Lynch)
Dr. Lee, Po Lun Peppina (Department of Linguistics and Translation, CityU HK)
Ms. Luo, Xin (Leader of HK team in IOL2019)
Mr. Neacsu, Vlad (City University of Hong Kong)
Mr. Pan, Tung-Le (Medalist at the International Linguistics Olympiad)
Dr. Tay, Dennis (Department of English and Communication, HK PolyU)
Dr. Yao, Yao (Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies, HK PolyU)
Ms. Yen, Jennifer (Parent representative)

Sponsoring units
Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 • Faculty of Humanities
      - Department of Chinese Bilingual Studies
            > The Hong Kong Polytechnic University-Peking University Research Centre on  Chinese Linguistics (RP2U2)
      - Department of English and Communication
            > Research Centre for Professional Communication in English (RCPCE)

• Communications and Public Affairs Office
• Department of Computing

Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities (HKAH)
The Linguistic Society of Hong Kong (LSHK)
Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR)

 
 
 
   
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