The cafe has built a reputation for being deaf-friendly in Alexandria, Egypt since the 50s.
The Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center at Gallaudet University’s mission is to teach students documentary skills and create films or exhibitions about Deaf life. They received a “Challenge Grant” from National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), which acts as a federal agency supporting projects on history, language and research. Follow Deaf Singapore Lah for updates in […]
The full version of Oscar-winning short film 2018: The Silent Child is finally available online! Watch this film with English subtitles and get popcorn ready. Do spread it & share with your loved family or friends! Follow Deaf Singapore Lah for updates in deaf community: https://www.facebook.com/deafsingapore/
Have you ever heard of any deaf dog story in your entire life? Probably no. Make it more interesting, the video will show you about a ten-month-old deaf puppy named Staffordshire which learnt sign language to follow instructions. The puppy was given away by five previous owners because he couldn’t follow instructions. That is so […]
Introducing you a deaf passionate lady named Charlene Wong with over 20 years of experiences of volunteering for the deaf community, who is being featured in the Singapore campaign video titled "Singapore Passion Made Possible"!
No worries for those deafs who missed or not aware about Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat’s speech video on Singapore Budget 2018. Here goes the video with sign language interpretation to understand better. Enjoy it. Follow Deaf Singapore Lah for updates in deaf community: https://www.facebook.com/deafsingapore/
Brought to you by Singapore Deaf Lah, Adrian How in this video teaches you how to sign a few words – Geylang, Hair Cut & Handsome. Please feel free to share the video with your hearing friends to sign Singapore Sign Language (SgSL). Have fun learning Singapore Sign Language (SgSL).
Brought to you by Singapore Deaf Lah, Adrian How in this video teaches you how to sign a few words – Japanese, Sushi Roll, Sauce & Chopsticks. But it is worth noting that there can have a few variants of Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) signs which actually have the same meaning. For example, this person […]
President’s visit to our booth at FestivalForGood and yes, did we hear that he loves to host tea sessions and now, maybe silence respite, after learning how to sign “thank you”? Credits to Hush TeaBar Facebook.
Sands for Singapore has been working closely with Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf) since 2013, and organised multiple activities from 12 – 13 May 2017 to raise awareness on deafness. As the rest of Singapore celebrated Mother’s Day, Sands for Singapore and SADeaf took the opportunity to show appreciation for a special group of […]