Keeping the Penang Hokkien dialect alive


Tye (right) at the launch of the Penang Hokkien Dictionary & Learn Penang Hokkien Youtube channel in July this year at the Town Hall in Penang with former state executive councillor Yeoh Soon Hin. — FilepicTye (right) at the launch of the Penang Hokkien Dictionary & Learn Penang Hokkien Youtube channel in July this year at the Town Hall in Penang with former state executive councillor Yeoh Soon Hin. — Filepic

Preserve unique lingo as it’s part of cultural identity

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