|Singapore Sign Language|
How did the Singapore Sign Language develop?
To people who are deaf, what are the benefits of using sign language to communicate, instead of texting /writing /lip-reading?
How is sign language for new phrases (e.g. Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, GrabTaxi, Instagram) and other local phrases (e.g. shiok, Sentosa, nasi lemak) developed? Are the alphabets or pronunciation or the look of the building considered when developing these signs?
Who usually goes for the sign language classes? Mostly deaf people, or their family/friends?
Any free alternatives or mobile apps to learn sign language?