Kristang is a language spoken in Malacca, Malaysia and Singapore. But with almost 10 times as many speakers in Malacca than Singapore, how do things differ for the language in both cities? Find out in this episode of Language Stories.
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- Papia Kristang: : The Creole Portuguese of Malacca and Singapore - Kreol Magazine — Great introductory article to the language.
- Understanding the Culture of Malacca’s Kristang Community - Destinasian — Another introduction to learn more about Kristang.
- How to revive a 500-year-old dying language - BBC — Article from the BBC about Kevin's efforts to revive Kristang in Singapore.
- Malacca Portuguese deny Kristang language is dying - Malay Mail — A response in part to the BBC article above.