26 Aug
26 Aug
Jakarta Language Exchange Meetup - Made Up Language That Goes Massive
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Dear Jakarta Language Enthusiasts,

In 1887, a Polish-Jewish ophthalmologist named L. L. Zamenhof created a new language called Esperanto.

Through his book Unua Libro in 1887, followed by Fundamento de Esperanto in 1905, Zamenhof created the language with the intention to make an easy and flexible language that can be used as a universal second language to foster peace and international understanding.

Currently, the Universal Esperanto Association (Universala Esperanto-Asocio) has around 5500 members.

But how many of you know or even hear about this language?

In collaboration with Asosiasi Esperanto Indonesia (Indonezia Esperanto Asocio), we would like to invite you to delve further into this intriguing new constructed language!

Venu kaj aliĝu al ni!

Available Languages:

English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean, Hindi and Arabic.

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