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SupportSupport Hakha-Chin is spoken by well over half-million people in Chin State, Burma. In addition, there are Hakha-Chin speakers in Mizoram, India, Bawm, Bangladesh, and Chin diaspora all over the world. —unsigned by Laitlang 04:57, 28 February 2008.
OpposeOppose. Maybe it will seem silly, but one of the reasons why I can't support that, is that there's no article about that language even in English wikipedia (there's only an article about Kuki Chin Naga group.
Another reason is more clear - 3 articles in test wikipedia is not enough. --Visconsus 10:01, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
There is a reference to an en.wWikipedia article. It is not there. GerardM 08:28, 29 February 2008 (UTC)
They simply don't have an article about it. >:O) Btw., the language is called "Hakha Lai" or just "Lai" in most linguistic works (except for Ethnologue where it's labelled "Chin, Haka", if one wants to call that a linguistic work). --Thogo (talk) 09:02, 29 February 2008 (UTC)
You are correct Thogo, it's called Lai or Laiholh. I was using "Hakha-Chin" only because there was an ISO code for that.
Currently 0.00% of the most used MediaWiki messages have been localised. Localisation of these messages is a requirement before your request is finally assessed. This is the recent localisation activity for your language. Thanks, GerardM 12:00, 12 November 2008 (UTC)