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Yuan Jiahua

Yuan Jiahua (simplified Chinese: 袁家骅; traditional Chinese: 袁家驊; pinyin: Yuán Jiāhuá; January 1903 – 4 September 1980) was a Chinese linguist and dialectologist from Shazhou county in Jiangsu province. He graduated from the English Department of Peking University in 1932, worked as an editor in the North Shanghai New Books Office and as a teaching assistant at Peking University. In 1937 he went to Oxford to major in Old English and Germanic languages. After returning to China, he held professorships in Kunming and Beijing. He has made significant contributions to the field of linguistics primarily in researching the languages of China's ethnic minorities and Chinese dialects.[1]

  1. ^ Baidu Encyclopedia. "袁家骅". Retrieved 8 July 2011. 

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