How I became a sign language interpreter for a major Australian television show

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, April 04, 2018 08:07:59  The interview is actually for a movie called  The Sign Language  and it’s in a documentary format so there isn’t much context.The subject is sign language as a means to communicate with people who can’t read or understand it.The first thing the interviewer asks about is how the […]

Indian students learn sign language for first time

Students of the Bantu Language Institute of India (BLIA) are learning sign language to understand their native tongue.The institute has launched a new course called “Sign Language for Beginners” which is aimed at making students aware of sign language and their relationship to it.The students will be using the sign language in a variety of […]

Why ‘theres a difference between light and sign language interpreter’

Ive written about how different languages can be interpreters of light and light speech, and now it seems that light language interpreters have an even bigger range of capabilities.The world of light-language interpreters is a diverse one and some are more useful than others. The Australian government has recently introduced a new light-to-medium range of light language interpreting […]

Why I think I have a lot in common with George W. Bush

I have the same mother, father, brother, sister, uncle, aunt and cousin, but I have never met George W Bush.This may sound odd, but that is the truth.For the last 25 years I have been in contact with the people who were my friends and loved ones, but who have been gone for so long, […]