In Bali's Deaf Village, Everyone Speaks Sign Language

Autor/a: ALESEVICH, Matt
Año: 2015
Editorial: Vice
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital


Comunidad y cultura sorda


Those who visit Bali tend to rely on English, which many locals can speak. Fewer visitors have mastered Indonesian, the official language. Balinese is hardly spoken among those who aren't natives. But up in the jungle of northern Bali, there's an even more elusive, geographically-consolidated language, foreign to even the native Balinese: kata kolok, a language that's never even been spoken.