The Centre invited Ms. Uiko Yano and Prof. Kazumi Matsuoka to share with us a shared sign language found in Japan, and the importance of Deaf researchers.
For those who are interested in this webinar, please register through the following link, or scan the QR code on the poster. See you this Friday!
Details of the talk are as follows:
|Speaker:||Ms. Uiko Yano and Prof. Kazumi Matsuoka|
|Title:||Where Sign Languages Came from and are Going to: A Case Study of Miyakubo Sign Language|
|Date:||23 July 2021 (Friday)|
|Time:||2:00pm - 3:30pm (UTC +8)|
|Language:||English + Japanese Sign Language (with English caption, and Hong Kong Sign Language Interpretation)|
|Link for Registration:||https://cuhk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIocu2uqDMjE91CIiuneE16vfKiiH3aJeQ1
Prior Registration is Required – Registration Deadline: 12:00 nn of 23 July 2021 (Friday)
|Remarks:||Zoom Meeting details will be directly provided to those who registered|