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DeafNation World Expo

Published: 30 July 2010 by ASKDEAF in Business, Entertainment, Society, Technology

DeafNation World Expo

DEAFNATION WORLD EXPO IN LAS VEGAS A SMASHING SUCCESS

The first Hong Kong International Deaf Film Festival - Introduction

We are presenting the first international film festival in Hong Kong Deaf. Deaf Films are those that have significant involvement of persons who are Deaf, as directors, actors, Playwrights etc.

Quest lll Tracking Route - LIVE MAP

Hey guys, delighted to say that Gerry's progress will now be automatically updated at regular intervals.

International Committee of Sports for the Deaf Announces New Chief Executive

Vysoké Tatry, SVK – The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) today announced the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer, Mark Dolley, to help lead the organisation starting on 01 March 2011.

2011 Business Convention and Expo of the Deaf

ASKDEAF.com is delighted to have received thanks for our sponsorship of the 2011 Business Convention and Expo of the Deaf.

Miss Deaf International

Published: 24 July 2010 by ASKDEAF in Entertainment, Society

Miss Deaf International

The Winner crowned Miss Deaf International was Miss Deaf France, Julie Abbou

fring users make free mobile calls, video calls, live chat & more, from their mobile phone.

fring is a free mobile application that lets users communicate with friends on popular networks over their mobile phone's internet connection.

ICSD Pursuing Legal Action Following Failure of 17th Winter Deaflympics

Vysoké Tatry, SVK - As the ICSD continues to do its utmost to resolve the crisis in Slovakia, ICSD President Craig Crowley and the ICSD Executive Board acknowledged the messages received from members of the Deaf sports community around the world.

The European Union of the Deaf (EUD)

The EUD book 'Sign Language Legislation in the European Union' is the first comprehensive research on sign language legislation in the EU including Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland, as well as Uganda and New Zealand.

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