A Survey on Native Languages of Taiwanese People in New England

Dear CAFAM members,

My name is Ming-Tso Chien. I am a Ph.D. student of Literacy Education at the University of Maine. I am conducting a research project to learn more about the native languages spoken by people of Taiwanese origin in New England.

A native language is a language you would learn and use at home as a child.

Thank you for taking your time to fill out this brief questionnaire.

English version: https://goo.gl/forms/AoIALbYr84mzIeMk2

中文版: https://goo.gl/forms/rSBqj9HYz0L2h2P73

If you know other Taiwanese people living in New England, please help pass on the links to the questionnaire. Thank you! Should you have questions about the survey, don’t hesitate to contact me at ming.chien@maine.edu.

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