Introduction to the Cam Script & Language – by NUS SE Asian Studies Society (Wed, 2 April 2014)

Another piece of good news. Here’s an opportunity to learn Cham script in Singapore! Register now:

http://blog.nus.edu.sg/seanews/2014/02/24/introduction-to-the-cam-script-language-a-workshop-organised-by-nus-southeast-asian-studies-society-wed-2-april-2014/

The cultures of the Cham and Khmer minorities of Vietnam have been most influenced by India. The Cham used to form the majority population in the Indianized kingdom of Champa found in the central part of Vietnam from the second to the late fifteen century AD. Now they can be found in pockets in the south-central coastal plain and in the Mekong delta near the Cambodian border. You may find the Cham script somewhat resembling the endangered scripts of some ethnic groups in Southeast Asia. Feel free to leave a reply should you wish to take a look at the script.

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