There are two signs for Singapore borrowed from the signed language of Singapore.

Meaning: An island republic in Southeast Asia at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.

A more modern sign. This sign is believed to be influenced by S.E.E. It's used by younger generations of Singapore.

Non-SEE version of the sign still used by some signers of Singapore.

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Postage stamp

Singapore issued five stamps in 2013 to promote awareness of Singapore Sign Language (SgSL).

Singapore stamp 2013/
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The five stamps include five signs: "Hi", "welcome", "I love you", "thanks", and "good bye".

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