As a PhD Candidate in Chinese linguistics, Lin Zhu’s research focuses on Chinese syntax and semantics. His research interests include construction grammar, grammaticalization theory, and SLA. He also works as a Graduate Employee for Chinese language classes and the Chinese Flagship Program at University of Oregon.
Zhu, L. (2019). Kinship metaphors in the Chinese construction A shi B zhi fu/mu: Biology and culture as conceptual basis. In Y. Xiao & L. Tsung (Eds.), Current Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse: Global context and diverse perspectives. John Benjamins Publishing Company.