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LSPPC6 - The call for papers is out

The call for papers for LSPPC6, the 6th International Conference of the Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association, is now out. Please visit the conference website for more details.


You will need to submit your abstract by October 31, 2020 for a conference from June 3 - June 5, 2021.


The big news is that, in view of the continuing travel restrictions and other issues associated with the global pandemic, we have taken the difficult decision to move the conference from a physical, face-to-face event to an online, virtual event.


We hope that this decision provides you with some certainty and that you will be able to submit an abstract in the knowledge that you will be able to participate from a distance. While an online event can never replace a face-to-face one, we will be able to charge less than we would have had to for the ‘real life’ event. In addition, we hope that this will be a ‘greener’ event without the need for airfares and hotels, as well as making it possible for more people to attend.


With a bit of luck (but probably a few hiccups along the way), we hope to simulate an exciting and engaging event that results in new connections, new knowledge, and various kinds of academic 'outputs'.


We are looking forward to what is promising to be a great event next June, online.

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The Association is grateful to the Department of English, City University of Hong Kong for its support.