Updates from the Asia-Pacific region
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Beginning on Tuesday, August 6, a rotating roster of language activists from across Asia will become guest
Authoritarianism is not new—even societies that embraced democracy years ago still do not apply fully the democratic processes in their governance. With the rise of the Internet which was always intended to provide individuals more importance, there has been a
Santali-language text typed in Ol chiki using ASCII and other legacy encoding systems can now be converted to Unicode so that the text can be used universally, online content will be easily searchable and users can reuse content with ease.