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Sign Language in 15 seconds - Campus and Love

(Script and video production by: Hong Kong Association of the Deaf)

Sign language is a language which uses manual communication and body language to convey meaning, as opposed to acoustically conveyed sound patterns. Is it very difficult to express thousands of words by two hands? Not really indeed! You think that sign language could only be capable for traditional words or letters ABCDE? Actually it can also apply on the trendy terms in Hong Kong!

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ExhibitDark circles and Overnight

ContributorHong Kong Association of the Deaf, Youth.gov.hk

This video introduces the terms “Dark circles and Overnight” in Hong Kong sign language.

You can also watch related videos by searching #yp手語 in Instagram!

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  • Dark circles and Overnight

    Hong Kong Association of the Deaf, Youth.gov.hk
    Dark circles and Overnight

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    Challenge, God-like and Level up

  • Pray, Black rainstorm signal and Typhoon Signal no.8

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    Pray, Black rainstorm signal and Typhoon Signal no.8

  • Maths, InstantKill and Pride

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    Maths, InstantKill and Pride

  • Holiday, “Hea” and Library

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    Holiday, “Hea” and Library

  • DSE, Pass and Mommy

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    DSE, Pass and Mommy

  • Girlfriend, Flirting and Break up

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    Girlfriend, Flirting and Break up

  • “Chok” and Goddess

    Hong Kong Association of the Deaf, Youth.gov.hk
    “Chok” and Goddess

  • Envy and I love you

    Hong Kong Association of the Deaf, Youth.gov.hk
    Envy and I love you

  • Hot pot and Facial

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    Hot pot and Facial

  • Getting Married and Buying a flat

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    Getting Married and Buying a flat

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