How to revive a 500-year-old dying language
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Volunteers revive a 500-year-old dying language

For hundreds of years the unique Kristang language thrived in the Malayan archipelago, but there are now just a handful of people who speak it.

A group of volunteers in Singapore called Kodrah Kristang hope to change that and revive the dying creole of Portuguese and Malay.

Video by Tessa Wong, Joshua Lim and Vince Sia.

  • 20 Mar 2017
  • From the section Asia