Not surprisingly, articles with multilingual and multicultural themes appear in the “popular press” regularly. For present purposes, we’re starting to archive examples we encounter under several headings.
(1) general cases of multilingual and multicultural interest, and
(2) local (Hawai’i) cases
(3) articles focus on communities working together, dealing with or communicating across cultural or linguistic boundaries, and finding evidence in this of aloha ‘aina, or sustainability.
This will become separate pages as soon as we’ve done some homework.
Category 1: Cases of multilingual and multicultural interest
Tokyo’s multilingual tourist advice line