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Tagalog (Filipino) is related to Indonesian as they both belong to the Austronesian language family. It is the first language of the ethnic Tagalog people, who form a quarter of the population of the Philippines. The standardized form of Tagalog is also called Filipino, which is one of the two official languages in the Philippines, the other is English.
Interested users could go to the Language Learning Centre of the Hong Kong Central Library to find out more about Indonesian and Tagalog.
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Live Broadcast of Subject Talk on Cosmopolitan Hong Kong : Enhancing Corporate Competitiveness in Hong Kong (Speakers: Prof. Aristotelis Stouraitis and Prof. Chen Ting Ting) (2021-10-2)
- Please note that the Multimedia Information App has been upgraded on 22 April 2020. Users have to download the latest version of the App available in App Store / Google Play to play the digitised audio-visual content.
With "Multimedia Information" mobile app, you can access to the vast amount of digitised contents, including eBooks, images and audio-video materials in the Multimedia Information System anywhere, anytime on your mobile devices.
- The "Ancient Chinese Book Resources from the National Library of China" collection showcases part of the digitised ancient Chinese books collection in National Library of China, including "Epigraphic and Pictorial Rubbings", "New Year Pictures" and "Gazetteers", etc.
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