03.19.18

Interesting Facts About Thai Language

Phasa Thai, or more precisely Central Thai or Siamese, is the national and official language of Thailand and the native language of the Thai people. Thai is spoken by approximately 80 percent of the 60 million residents of Thailand. Thailand’s travel and tourism industry makes up a large portion of their GDP. Many people from […]

03.12.18

Understanding the Languages of Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an autonomous territory located south of Mainland China. Hong Kong was once a British colony, and is now a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. This means they have a separate political and economic system from China, aside from military defense and foreign affairs.  Over 7 million people live […]

03.05.18

Visit LinguaLinx at the HPB Expo 2018, Booth #526!

This week, LinguaLinx will be leading to the Music City (Nashville) to experience the warmth, sounds, sites, and smells of the Hearth, Patio, & Barbecue (HPB) Expo. If you’re going to be in Nashville from March 8-10, 2018, stop by and visit LinguaLinx at the HPB Expo, Booth #526. Daniel Buff and Nicole Winchell will […]

02.26.18

Understanding the Languages of Taiwan

Taiwan is an island state located off the coast of Mainland China. Over 23 million people live in Taiwan, making it a very densely populated country. Taiwan has more 7-Eleven stores per capita than any other country in the world. Also, they are one of the first countries to offer free Wi-Fi on a mass scale to […]

02.19.18

The Diversity of Language in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a nation located in the Horn of Africa. The landlocked country boasts Africa’s second largest population. The country is known as the birthplace of coffee. Also, archaeologist’s findings point to Ethiopia as the site of the first humans. We’re going to focus on another major thing that Ethiopia is known for – linguistic […]