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The incredibly charming story of Dublin's Chinese street names

Thursday December 22, 2022. 01:08 PM , from BoingBoing
If you've ever even seen a picture of a town in Ireland, you probably know that the street signs throughout the Republic are typically written in both Irish, and English. But Ireland has long been a more linguistic diverse place than that; for example, during the Easter Rising, the third most common tongue on the island after Irish and English was Yiddish. — Read the rest
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