Malaysian Sign Language

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Sat Jul 16 16:15:23 UTC 2005

SignWriting List
July 16, 2005

> Aisha Shamsuna Ahmed wrote:
> Just wondering though, you mentioned a project in Malaysia. Please  
> could you pass me the contact info of the participants and/or the  
> project coordinators in Malaysia.

Hello Aisha and Everyone -
The Malaysian Sign Language research was done by Hope Hurlbut  
(hope_hurlbut at SIL.ORG), from Canada, who moved to Malaysia to study  
the Malaysian Sign Languages, and write them in SignWriting, under  
the auspices of the Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL).

If you go to our web site, and you click on the Search icon at the  
top, and type in Malaysian Sign Language, and then press Search,  
these are just a few of the many many links you will find  
below...Plus you can also search our List Archives - http:// you can search and find quite  
a lot of information...

[PDF] ISO Codes for Sign Languages

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Lyons Sign Language. LSG. France. sgn-FR-69. Rhône. Malaysian Sign  
Language. XML Malaysia, Peninsular. sgn-MY. Maltese Sign Language ... docs1/sw0033-Sign-Language-Codes.pdf -  
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[PDF] SignWriting Year-End Report

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Sign Language Research (TISLR) included. SignWriting in several  
papers. James Kegl. presented written Nicaraguan Sign Language,. the  
writing of Malaysian ... docs1/sw0024-YearEnd-Report2000.pdf -  
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Year-End Report 2000

Eleven different Sign Languages are used at the school, and  
SignWriting can ... Other presentations included written Malaysian  
and Italian Sign Languages. ... - 17k - Cached  
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SignWriting List Forum

... Italy Italian Sign Language = ITSL country25 = Japan Japanese  
Sign Language = JSL country26 = Malaysia Malaysian Sign Language =  
MYSL country27 = Malta Maltese ... swlist/archive2/message/1591.html - 12k -  
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... on.) The Malaysian Deaf claim that the Singaporean Deaf use SEE,  
but I wonder if it is a modified version of ASL, as most of Malaysian  
Sign Language (MSL) is. ... swlist/archive2/message/2743.html - 11k -  
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... It > is probable that the people all understand Malaysian Sign  
Language > because when the language assistant could not remember a  
word, another > Deaf gave a ... swlist/archive2/message/2449.html - 7k -  
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... could no longer understand her properly, so she made a great  
effort to switch back to Malaysian Sign Language (MSL or BIM as the  
Deaf call it - Bahasa Isyarat ... swlist/archive2/message/2506.html - 6k -  
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