12/14/2017
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More than a dozen languages spoken in villages in Tibet are at risk of disappearing, according to a recent presentation by Gerald Roche, an anthropologist at the University of Melbourne. State schooling and growth of the internet are among the reasons given for why the languages are at risk, as well as that fewer parents are teaching the minority languages to their children, who are learning Tibetan.

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