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Tagalog (Filipino) belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family. The standardized form of Tagalog is also called Filipino which is one of the two official languages in Philippines, the other being English.
Lao or Laotian is the Tai languages of the Tai-Kadai language family. It is the official language of Laos and also spoken in the northeast of Thailand. The formal writing of Lao has a large amount of foreign loanwords, especially Sanskrit and Pali terms.
Interested users could go to the Language Learning Centre of the Hong Kong Central Library to find out more about Panjabi, Tagalog and Lao.
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Video Broadcast of "Journalism and Communication" Series: Interflow on The Risks and Opportunities of the Traditional Newspaper Industry in the New Media Era (Presenter: Jo NGAI Yee-shan / Guests: Clement SO York-kee, Kevin LAU Chun-to, LAU Sai-leung) (2015-3-28).
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