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Multilingual Lexical Development : A case of Children of Indonesian Immigrants in Taiwan
English Language Teaching Prima Journal (ELT)
The number of immigrants increases tremendously in Taiwan. These recent immigrants originate from a variety of ethnicities; some are Han Chinese from Mainland China, others are mainly from Southeast Asian countries, with Vietnamese as the largest group, followed by Indonesians, Thai, and then Philippines. They brought with them their native languages and cultures (Chen,2010). Kuo (2008) found no difference in the lexical development of 2-6- year-old children of Vietnamese mothers and Taiwanesedoi:10.34012/eltp.v2i1.1825 fatcat:6t4fmeu6gfao7ovjw74a245ovu