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More than 250 chinren learn their mother tongue in Australia.
Victorian School of Languages (VSL) in Melbourne, Australia has offered Falam, Hakha and Matu classes for Chinese and Burma residents. Over 250 Chin kids have signed up in their chosen languages and have begun meetings for 2014 since last Saturday, according to Chinland Today Newspaper.
The VSL employees are cited as saying that they have been receiving more and more enrolments this year and that they wanted to use the program to increase their linguistic proficiency. In Chinland Today's message, Jesse Bawi Tihlum, a 10th grade pupil, said the course was helping them not only to learn their own languages but also theirs: their own people: theirs: their culture and their traditions:
Most of the Chins came to Australia as Malaysian and Indian nationals after fleeing their hometowns in Burma, where the study of ethnical language had been forbidden by consecutive army regimes. 2. Since 2009 there are courses about some Chin-Langauges available in Melbourne.
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China is located in Southeast Asia and is between 92 degrees C. and Chinland97ºE, and between latitudes 18ºN and 27.30ºN. Geographic features: With an area of about 36,000 km2, today's China - a mountain scenery that stretches along today's Indo-Burma boundary - is somewhat smaller than Switzerland.
China is abundant in nature (orchids, etc.) and wildlife (elephant, tiger, bear, boar, various monkey species, howling stag, goats and various bird species) and is very abundant in the country's wildlife. China's highest peak is Khawnutum (Mount Victoria). China's largest tributary is the Kaladan.
South China is reinforced by the Gulf of Bengal wind. Inhabitants: The current Chin state (in Burma) has a total of about half a million inhabitants. The chin folk The chins that live in Chinland and its territory are about one and a half million. Humans: The chins are of the Mongolian breed and originated from the centre of China to the south and colonized today's China.
They are made up of several strains, such as: Ashho strain, Cho strain, Khumi strain, Kuki strain, Laimi strain, Lushai strain, Zomi strain, and so on. Hornbill, Mythun or Gayal and Rhododendron are chin icons. Cultures and Languages: Blessed by many valleys and mountains and enhanced by various flora and fauna, Chin's cultures and literatures are also varied and abundant, although they are nestled in a unique estate (or) that has risen from a unique estate, the Chin.
While there are no basic distinctions in the Chin tongue and civilization, the Chin people have slight distinctions in their languages and cultures to accept them as truths of Chinese traditions and as the wealth of Chin literary and cultur. Chinese people are full of folktales, traditional dancing, traditional folklore and instrumental songs.
Chin's heritage is conserved, retained and transmuted from one generations to the next by verbal tradition before the Chin's writings system was established in early 1900. At the beginning of the 20th century, the advent of chinese Christians has enriched the chin civilization and the chin tongue in a more refined way. Today, over seventy per cent of Chin's are Christians, but the Chin majority are also followers of Buddhism, the traditional Chin faith and others.
Chin is derived from the Tibeto-Burman area. However each tribe has its own idiom, but Burmese has been widely used in China for over five centuries due to the Burmese expansion of the Burmese army system. They are known as sincere, liberal, brave as well as faithful souls. The distinctiveness of languages and cultures shows that the Chin's belong to the native tribes in their own country.