The Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics (HKJAL) is an international, blind-refereed journal which was active between 1996 and 2012 in publishing articles related to the learning and use of a second or foreign language, particularly English, by different first language background learners.

Although it has now stopped publishing the journal archive remains of use to the academic community. All available issues of the journal are made available here free of charge on an as-is basis.

Readers may like to know that the Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics has taken over and broadened the role of HKJAL. It is an open access journal published in March and October of each year available at: http://caes.hku.hk/ajal

March 20, 2015